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11 Oct 12 #360437 by strongerthanithought
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Hi Folks,

I went to court (where the Nisi was issued) 2 weeks ago to request proceedings be transferred to a court closer to where I now live with the children.

In his infinite wisdom the Judge not only decided to refuse the transfer closer to me, he chose to move proceedings to a third court which is (agreed) geographically closer to the FMH but as inconvenient for me an certainly more inconvenient for my STBX.

Should I just wait to hear from the new court for AR proceedings/timetable or ring them direct?

Thanks

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