Thomas v. Thomas
Revised Order by Magistrate Judge Alex G. Tse on 25 Motion for Interim Relief. (agtlc1, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 8/1/2022)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
Case No. 21-cv-03686-AGT
REVISED ORDER ON MOTION FOR
Re: Dkt. No. 25
Having considered the parties’ briefing on John Thomas’s motion for interim relief, the
Court rules as follows:
John and Miriam Thomas will each pay half of the airfare for their children to
travel to and from Colorado for their son’s football tournament.
While in Colorado, the children will stay with Miriam. Miriam will be responsible
for booking and for paying for a hotel room large enough for her and the two children. Miriam will also be responsible for “facilitat[ing] [her] son’s [football] practices and any other activities with his teammate[s].” Dkt. 31 at 4.
Should John wish to travel to Colorado for his son’s football tournament, he may
do so. But because John has stated that he doesn’t “need to be there,” and that
Miriam should “have all the time with our children,” dkt. 32 at 2, Miriam will have
custody of the children during the Colorado trip. If John chooses not to attend the
football tournament, he needn’t accompany his children on the plane flight to Colorado.
Miriam must ensure that the children are returned to John after the trip. The trip
will end on August 8, 2022, when Miriam will leave Colorado for Australia, and
the children must leave Colorado for California.
Tomorrow’s hearing on the motion is vacated.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: August 1, 2022
Alex G. Tse
United States Magistrate Judge
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