Kristen032281 - posted on 04/30/2015 ( 5 moms have responded )
My husband took his ex wife back to court last year to try to get full residential custody of their 5 year old son (she is the residential parent now) and the case was heard by an appointed magistrate. His decision came within 2 weeks of the trial ending (our attorney said it could take up to 6 or so) and was that my husband should only receive 2 extra weeks of visitation a year, bumping it from 4 to 6. No big change really at all. Of course, we objected. We also filed a motion to release the transcripts and now the decision is on the hands of the judge whom we haven't gotten a decision as if yet. In the meantime, my husbands ex wife has stated that she is moving on with her fiancé once they are married this summer. That is in a different city another 10 miles farther away from us. We already live 45 minutes apart and because we follow the local rule, my husband is required to do all of the driving. It's an hour drive to where she will be living. She knows she has to file a 30 day relocation with the court before she moves and she hasn't done that yet, I'm assuming because she knows it will look bad for her since her entire argument in court for their son to stay living with her was because he is already so acclimated with his life in his current hometown and all of his friends there, etc, and now she is planning to take him away from all of that herself anyway. But she did already sign him up for kindergarten in the new school district. The court doesn't know of her plan to love or that she signed him up already for school there (which, to me, shows her intention to move anyway). My question is, was she allowed to sign him up for school in another town before she filed for relocation with the court and is she allowed to do any of that while out case is still pending a decision from the judge? Does anyone know?