Many thanks for your reply. The age of the children, my daughters, are one boy 4 years old and an older boy of 9 years of age rising 10 ( at end of December)
The existing arrangements would have to change if my daughter changed her employment and this required a house move from the area, because both parents currently work shifts and currently the father has the children before and after school and weekends when my daughter's shift pattern requires it.
The reason for the change would be work related such that she either transferred from her current employer to another area or was able to secure employment with a different employer as a result of changes at her current workplace. Her preference would be to move to where she also had extended family support.
We know that the father would seek to prevent the move.
Is there a consistent view on the above held by the courts because thus far our experience has been very mixed and open to subjectivity by those making decisions.
I will answer this as on school days and with the youngest starting full time school in September: the shift pattern is 10 day rotas. In this case it is 10 hours plus 2 overnighters. If equate to 14 days ( fortnight) it is the same as there are then 4 days off( hope this makes sense) So, 10hours plus 2 over nighters each fortnight.
This is correct
Mum might move 180 miles away that is approx.*****/p>
Would this make a difference? But myself ( grandmother)