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22 May, 2018
All children have a right to a relationship with both (or all) their parents. The law is no different if a parent is transgender or has gender identity issues, but there is sometimes confusion about this if parents separate and cannot agree who the children live with and spend time with. This is particularly important against the backdrop of case of Re M (2017) (link to our previous blog on this http://www.nataliegambleassociates.co.uk/blog/2017/12/21/court-of-appeal-rules-in-favour-of-tra...
21 May, 2018
The law protects a child’s right to a relationship with both (or all) of his or her parents. That means that there are rules surrounding whether a parent can move abroad or to another part of the country to ensure both parents’ interests are taken into account. Do I need my ex’s permission to move abroad (or away) with our child? You cannot unilaterally take your child to live abroad if they are habitually resident in England and Wales and you share parental responsibility with a...
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