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Relocation Disputes

An audio lecture for family lawyers explaining the development of the law where one parent seeks to move to live with the child in a different location, whether within the UK or abroad. (Running time approx 31 minutes with comprehensive accompanying notes: CPD 1 hour)

This talk is presented by Dr Rob George, barrister, of Harcourt Chambers.

The presentation covers:

• Introduction
• How should applications be made?

o International moves
o Internal moves

• The main approach to relocation cases
• Development of the case law

Payne v Payne
K v K (International Relocation: Shared Care Arrangement)
Re F (International Relocation Cases) and 'required reading'

• The approach to relocation cases – summary

o What is the relevance of Payne v Payne now?
o Important considerations in relocation cases
o 1996 Hague Convention

• Concluding comments: the welfare principle.

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Running time: 31 mins approx