Highly experienced team with a great understanding of relationship needs
When a relationship breaks down and one parent wishes to move with the children to another country legal intervention can often be necessary.
Leave to remove from jurisdiction is particularly relevant as we live on a small island where moves to the UK and further abroad are extremely common-place.
Leave to remove from jurisdiction | What we do
In the absence of an agreement between parents, we can assist in attempting to negotiate matters pertaining to the potential move. For example, contact for the non-resident parent or issues surrounding the funding of travel etc.
If negotiations break down a court application may be necessary. As a result we are often brought to draft the necessary documentation. Our team has a wealth of experience in this area and have successfully applied for and defended against moves to the UK, and further afield such as Australia and New Zealand.