Moving or Travelling with Children After Separation
Navigating the complexities of parenting arrangements after separation or divorce can be challenging, especially when it involves moving house or travelling with children. The Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) serves as the foundation for addressing issues related to the care of children after separation in Australia. Generally, parents should make all important decisions for their children together. This extends to decisions regarding the relocation of the children within the country, as well as travelling with the children. This article explores the legal aspects and considerations involved when it comes to moving children within Australia and travelling with them after separation.