This is the main difference from re-locating your child abroad. If you are thinking of moving elsewhere in the UK it is always best to talk to the other parent about your intentions and seek independent legal advice from a specialist solicitor as early on as possible. There is a possibility that the other parent could obtain a court order to stop you from moving until an investigation has taken place. The court will always consider the welfare of the child and the child’s best interests when they are looking at cases of relocation.
It is much easier to move your child elsewhere in the UK than it is to re-locate them abroad. Unless you are trying to stop the other parent seeing them or there are other extenuating circumstances, then it is unlikely that your move will be stopped.
Austin Kemp’s experienced team of solicitors can advise you if you would like to move your child elsewhere in the UK or you want to stop your partner from doing so.
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