Land’s End to John O’Groats

Following a separation, people‚Äôs lives can often move in very different directions and this can or will often have huge implications for their children. This is especially so if a new partner or new job means that one parent is looking at moving further afield, perhaps to a different part of the UK or abroad.... Continue Reading →

Relocating within the UK and beyond: Court of Appeal case sets precedent for the future

The Court of Appeal has clarified the approach to be taken in England and Wales in cases involving the relocation of a child. The Re C (Internal Relocation) [2015] EWCA Civ 1305 case has set a precedent, which will influence all relocation cases moving forward. The facts The father was appealing against a decision by... Continue Reading →

Warning for UK nationals relocating abroad with children

As more and more of us are working abroad, travelling and making connections across different continents, the international family is rapidly becoming part of the modern landscape. On separation, many people think about moving abroad, whether to return to the country where they grew up, for a fresh start or to live with a new... Continue Reading →

UK expats separating abroad: implications for children

Spending time living abroad is becoming an increasingly popular choice for many families, whether to work and enjoy an "expat" lifestyle, or to travel and explore the world and other cultures. Many couples will make the decision to move abroad as a family whilst others may move abroad to live with a new partner. If... Continue Reading →

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