Me and my son have a very strong bond and he is worried about leaving his dad. is there anything i can do to prevent them from moving out of the province?

my 11 year old son tells me that him and my ex wife are moving to calgary we all live in ontario, is there anything i can do about this?


Asked over 8 years ago in Sarnia, Ontario
Categories: Family Law

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Marc A.  D'Heureux

Answer by Marc A. D'Heureux

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If you have a court order or separation agreement you should first review it to see whether it contains any terms relating to the child's residence. If there is a term restricting the place of residence, your former wife would have to obtain your agreement, or a court order, permitting the move.  If there are no such terms (or if you have no order or agreement), you would have to start a court application and request an order stopping your son's residence from being moved.
The ultimate question of whether or not a court will permit the move will depend on all of the circumstances of your case.

Posted over 8 years ago

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