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The starting point is that a judge would normally allow a child or children to spend time with their father over a half term holiday unless there are safeguarding concerns; particularly with the age of the children. If the children are refusing to go then the court may state that they do not need to go - one of the things that the court considers is the wishes and feelings of the children. But that is only one factor in the courts considerations. The key really is a welfare reason for them not staying overnight. I would point out that there is an excellent book on this topic for about a tenner on amazon which is also worth considering. I have attached the link - https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Books/How-Represent-Yourself-Family-Court-understanding-resolving/147211910X
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If you can get a letter from the GP or specialist which confirms this then that would help as it goes to the child's welfare.
My pleasure. The book may help going forward and please rate positive.
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