I've already got her a ticket anyway, it was only £21 on Ryanair. Even if my ex f*cks up the plans I reckon I can afford to lose £21!!
At least fly her on Easyjet, you skinflint!
From what you've posted on here, it seems to me as if you ex is trying to 'guilt' your daughter into staying in France. As we have already established, she is quite free to go wherever she wants and cannot be legally prevented from doing so by your ex. So, it must be her choice to stay in France, hence your ex playing the guilt card. I suspect you know all that already though.
So, you don't have to convince your ex about anything. You just have to convince your daughter that, as a young adult, she should be doing what she wants to do and not worrying about keeping her mum happy. Or keeping you happy, for that matter!
Surely if your daughter was in a different country to your ex - then she wouldn't be part of the same household. The only way I could see it having an effect is if they claim benefits together as 2 unemployed people, and that the household benefits would go down to just her own - which would happen as soon as your daughter gets a job or leaves home... anywhere.
can't help but agree with Canny on this - just send the daughter a ticket in the post. If you think the ex would just interupt this and rip it up, then BACS the daughter the wonga
This, except, paper tickets? What is this, the 80s?
NS gone but not forgotten. If only he were here for these good times.