If a marriage or a relationship breaks down there may be disagreements as to where your child should live (residence), whether your child should live with both parents (shared residence), how often a child should/or could see the other parent (contact, overnight staying contact, supervised contact, supported contact).
We have over ten years experience resolving such issues. We will devise a strategy with you and will then try to reach a negotiated agreement as swiftly as possible. If necessary we will issue Court proceedings to protect the interests of you and your child.
If you and your child reside in England and Wales but would like to return to your home country to live (or any other country for that matter) then you need the consent of the person who also has parental responsibility for your child. If such consent is not given and cannot be negotiated then you may have no other option but to make an application to the Court for permission to remove your child from the jurisdiction of England and Wales. Such an application will need to be prepared well. We have successfully handled applications like this over the years.
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