I have heard that England is very liberal and generous in allowing relocation applications, in contrast to other countries. What is the position?
Now our relationship has broken down, I want to leave England and relocate permanently to another country. If our child is living with me, can I just leave?
What do I have to show to succeed in a relocation application?
The other parent has given me permission take our child abroad permanently. Should I obtain this in writing?
When do these relocation applications tend to arise?
What is the procedure?
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