If you have joint legal custody and joint phsyical custody she should not be able to move them without your assent or a court order. Take care and be careful that she just doesn't move, it is hard to put that toothpaste back in the tube and much easier to stop a move than bring them back. You may want to go to court and seek a protective order in advance, you will need some proof. Work with a good attny there are many wonderful ones in Illinois. Take care and I hope things work out.
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You need an attorney ASAP. File a motion to prevent her moving or at least for modification of visitation. There are many good familty law practitioners in your area. Good luck to you.
You need to consult with a divorce lawyer ASAP. You get one chance to address this properly - it is not a dress rehearsal. Act wisely.
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