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Seems like the judge made a well thought out decision to me and the kids will be just fine.
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His track record isn't good.
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I am just here for my amusement.
I have similar experience loosing my children with prejudice and bised women judges.being a muslim amerivan definitely did not help me either. the real problem is that
fathers lost their relation with almighty God
along with that they lost their most important role as the shepherd and leader of the family.
in secular world fathers at best have turned to an intertaining agent or a vessel of pleasing their children. what a loss. and most still talk about womens freedom.
I agree 100% with this. I had to have an emergency hearing called a few years ago when my ex informed me she was moving to Slidell, LA. The judge ruled against her and prohibited the move based on all of the things listed above. I would have missed extracurricular so lunch with my daughter at school, picking her up from school to spend time together, etc......
It was fairly easy for me to show the judge that my daughter's life would not be better in Louisiana and the biggest part was that a move would greatly reduce the relationship that my daughter and I have. I had the hearing called within a few days of her notification. Had I waited, because there is no reciprocal agreement between Louisiana and Florida, I would have been screwed.
If the non-residential parent is involved in the child's life to a degree where a move beyond 50 miles will harm the parent-child relationship, then it oughta be NO every single time. News like this is scary for divorced parents. I would hope wherever this judge presides, that people with an interest will point to this case and others, if they exist and don't re-elect this judge again. Flood his/her office with emails and letters. Nobody has the right to remove a child from a supportive and healthy parent/child relationship. As far as the parents are concerned, tough titties, you screwed up your marriage and now it's your duty to fulfill your obligation as a parent to the greatest degree possible and if that means less mobility, then so be it!
Sorry you feel this way regarding it being ok to move kids away from one of their parents.
I did want to clarify and point out that most missed the part that this artist father has been successful enough to support his wife through 6 years of school. And that while she was in school, clinical studies and free internship, he was not only the breadwinner but the primary caregiver to the children during this entire six year period.
He needs a better lawyer, it seems he can afford it. If she was allowed to move then 1) she had a great jump in employment and it was beneficial for her to move or 2) he's actually a ****.
My friend ex wife move to Boston from Florida because she found a job that paid 20K more a year
Sounds like she knew exactly what she was doing...