Hey, Hypothetical situation that could possibly become a reality very soon: A mother wants to move 3.5 hours away with her child. The father reluctantly consents based on false promises provided by the mother which she goes back on later and keeps the child in the new location. The father goes to family court trying to get the child back to their town of origin, but the mother uses the excuse of a sick new child with her new partner and provides good reason to stay and refuses to come back, whilst also adding that she thinks the father doesn't have the capacity to look after his child primarily, etc. She gives no reasons for that last opinion by the way. Child stays in the new location and reasonable visitation orders are put in place for the father. 10 weeks after the judge signs these orders, the mother says, "Oh actually I think we might move back." Can we bill her for all past and future legal costs if we have to get these family court orders changed so soon? Seeing as the reason she wants to move back is that it's, in fact, her and her partner who don't have the capacity to look after the kids. And if she comes back, we'll be filing for 50/50 care and custody of children straight away but I think she should foot the bill seeing as we were only in court two months ago with her refusing to budge. Thanks in advance.