Theres a couple things you can do. Speak to your ex and explain your situation and agree upon a new location for the transition. If that is not an option, then you can always file a motion with the court asking that a new location be designated. If a new location is designated in a Court Order, your ex really has no choice but to follow it. If he does not, then he jeopardizes his parenting time with the kids.
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I agree with Mr. Economos.
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You can try to enter into a consent order and if that doesn't work you will need to file a motion.
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