TO FLY OR NOT TO FLY: INTERNATIONAL AND INTERSTATE TRAVEL ORDERS IN THE COVID-19 CLIMATE
COVID-19 has presented challenges across the globe. Our
profession has been faced with unprecedented events which required
swift changes to the way in which
we run family law matters. For parents and children the global pandemic has wreaked havoc with co-parenting arrangements. For those living interstate or overseas, careful consideration as to children's travel has been required by the Court.
This article originally featured in the Australian Family Lawyer April Edition Vol 30/1 CLICK TO VIEW the full article.
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