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taking kids away on family holiday

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4 years 7 months ago #474257 by vanilla30
Replied by vanilla30 on topic Re:taking kids away on family holiday
Unreal. Bet he''d love that.

I wonder did he go to the same school as my ex.

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4 years 7 months ago #474259 by Lostboy67
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Hi,
I can''t offer any words of advice, I find it amazing how far parents will go to use children as a weapon. He may think he has ''won'' but really what has he won? He has prevented his children having a holiday....nice one. Sadly one day the kids will become aware what a d!ck he has been.
I have the opposite issue in that my eldest child doesn''t want to go on holiday with his mother to his grandparents in the EU, for the last 2 years I''ve had to tell him ''you are going, suck it up''. He would be welcome to stay, but my ex wants him to go and I think he should go to see his grandparents .


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4 years 6 months ago #474967 by HappyOneDay
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It may help for you to fill out the court order and send it to him before you file it. This may just get him to hand over the stuff. Also...please contact Hestia or other support if there is DV.

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