International Parenting Arrangements and Relocation Disputes

International relocations of children by a parent in the face of opposition by the other parent can be fraught and complex.  Relocating parents may find themselves applying for permission from the Family Court to relocate with the children, and if they act unilaterally by abducting the children, face applications for return of the children under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.  In this program, Annemarie Farrell, from Farrell Family Lawyers in Melbourne, reviews the case law concerning applications for international relocations, and the how and when the Hague Convention operates in Australia.

[18.57 minutes] [0.32 CPD units]



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