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Old 10-27-2020, 10:41 AM
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At the very least You still have to send a letter and object to the move to Sudbury. It is at the very least considered permanent. Maybe that was the plan all along.
This was my very first thought last month when I received the letter stating the plan to move to North Bay. Just a ploy to get me to agree to Sudbury. But then her fiance's house went up for sale, and his job he was working at was posted. I'm thinking he left for North Bay.


Lawyer confirmed they will respond saying I don't give consent for daughter to move to Sudbury.
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Old 10-30-2020, 09:55 AM
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Hmm... so small change, lawyer kind of convinced me it was better to consent to move to sudbury as long as my access/custody isn't changed and my daughter continues to go to daycare in massey. A day later I'm not sure how I feel about it.
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Old 10-31-2020, 02:15 AM
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She has already stated her intention is to move the child to North Bay, and she was going to steamroll over your objections. Even if she decided to stop at just moving to Sudbury, what is your plan for school? A decision will have to be made in which community she goes to school and that parent will become primary. And then that custodial parent has a lot more power in relocating even further away. Judges look at which parents advocate for time with their children, and which parents defer to the other parent as the primary parent. I would seek a second opinion from another lawyer; maybe there is a known bias on the bench and your lawyer figured you would have a weak case and wanted to save you money on a losing fight, or maybe that just isn’t the lawyer for you.

You might want to look at a Sudbury lawyer, since everything is soon anyway. And remember, nothing is more expensive than a cheap lawyer.
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Old 10-31-2020, 09:33 AM
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*zoom. Not soon. Darn autocorrect.
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Old 10-31-2020, 01:31 PM
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My lawyer is from Sudbury. Learned from social media that the move is happening today and I feel sick to my stomach for my daughter.
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My lawyer is from Sudbury. Learned from social media that the move is happening today and I feel sick to my stomach for my daughter.
Be prepared to move yourself to Sudbury.
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Old 11-03-2020, 08:43 PM
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When an ex moves a distance with the child in a shared custody and access situation this causes extra travel.

Is the burden on travel shared or is it on the parent that initiated the move?
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Old 11-20-2020, 08:47 PM
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Update since Oct 31: ex sent her response to application, which wasn't too bad. No bs allegations. Just trying to make it look like I wasn't as involved as much as I am but I think my response to her that I submitted was top notch and dispelled a lot of her generalizations with facts. My ex's response was focused on what's best for my ex, mine is what's best for my daughter.

However, she has since quit her full time permanent job for a supply job in North bay. I don't know if she now plans just to move my daughter half the time in North Bay for the time being. It feels like she is forcing things to get her way. Does this actually work with judges?? Very stressful process.
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Old 11-20-2020, 09:04 PM
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Oh and first court appearance is on Wednesday.
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Old 11-20-2020, 09:13 PM
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How will the move to North Bay impact daycare? If your daughter isn’t going to be in full-time daycare in North Bay is the centre willing to hold her spot part-time, does the daily rate go up? If you have frequent transitions (as opposed to weekly) that is a lot of time for your daughter to be in a car, in winter. And twice as far for the mum who has to drive back. And that long drive then makes it hard for you to then put her in the car for a drive to the Sault.

Also, if she quit FT for PT, that may be an attempt to affect the off-set CS/Section 7 so you should keep that in mind for any settlement offers and make sure it is based off her 2019 income and not current income.
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