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Taking Children Abroad

Both parents (if they have parental responsibility) must consent to their child being taken out of the country (even if it is just for a holiday). Failure to obtain such a consent could be classed as child abduction. We have a longstanding reputation in acting for or advising parents who wish to take their child abroad to live and parents who want to prevent such a move.

Anglo French Disputes Involving Children

In cases where there are English elements to the situation, we advise clients on a successful strategy for negotiation or before the English court. In situations where the children are French resident, we can refer you to a leading French family lawyer so that any French proceedings can be handled effectively for you.

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Real Estate Disputes - Development Agreement and Overage Claims

American citizen wishing to relocate with her son to the US

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Immigration Webinar - EU citizens working in the UK

Charlotte Bradley and Stacey Nevin write for International Comparative Legal Guide to: Family Law 2020

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Brexit and relocating with children overseas – mind the immigration and family law gaps

International child relocation: a new approach

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YJLC's Youth Justice Summit 2019: Children in the Criminal Courts

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Moving your children abroad after a separation

Clinical Negligence Claims for disabled children

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Relocation - tips and traps for the office occupier on the move

Wills for parents of a disabled child

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