In any divorce, it is common for one or both parties to move to a different residence. But what happens when the party has children and one wants to move far away? Now the scene gets more complicated. While the parties of course have the freedom to go wherever they want, moving away with the children and thereby potentially depriving the other parent of precious time is another story entirely.
Greg invites me into his new house. The carpet is white, spotless -- clearly, the former owner didn't have twins.
Our 5-year-old boys run to greet me and give me a tour. Other than the carpet and equally clean appliances, the house looks a lot like mine. It's a small three-bedroom with an attached garage -- in the subdivision next to the one my house is in, the house Greg and I bought together seven years ago.