My son and his now ex wife were divorced about two years ago.They have two children a girl ten years old and a boy 13 years old that was born two months early and weighted only two or three pounds when he was born and he had some brain damage do to not enough oxygen and he requires special care and help at home at school . The children go to the payson schools.The oarents have joint custody of the children.Oneweek my son has them at his home three days and they stay 4 days with their mother andthe next week my son has them for four days and trhree days they live with the mother.They both live inthe town of payson at different locations..The problem is that his exwife lives with her boy friend and his three children and they want to move to the valley area looking for work.this will up set the children that do not want to move .The children have gone to the payson schools since they started school at age 5 His ex wife will not leave them here in payson until school gets out at the end of may.THE CHILDREN WANT TO STAY WITH THEIR FATHER BECAUSE ALL THEIR FRIENDS ARE HERE AND THEY LIKE THE TEACHERS.The divors papers say wil stay in the payson schools until the parents both must agree to the change that my son will not approve because it is not in the best interest for the chidren.We need to know what the childrens rights are.My son is working here in payson but divorce and bad economy he is just getting by and can not pay for legal expenses.Wat kind of help can you give us.WE NEED TO KNOW IF THE CHILDREN HAVE RIGHTS TO SAY THEY WANT TO STAY HERE IN PAYSON. xxxxxxxxx
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