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Re: How could I stop her from leaving the province. Legally on 3 business days notice
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I went through this. Twice. It is very hard to do anything until she actually goes throug...
Re: She feels that she can do this with no regard for our court order
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No she can't just move. ESPECIALLY if you have a court order specifying access schedule...
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Re: She feels that she can do this with no regard for our court order

Sunday, October 29, 2017   Public Blair Dunbar   

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Re: How could I stop her from leaving the province. Legally on 3 business days notice

Thursday, September 7, 2017   Public Blair Dunbar   

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