Rob George successfully defends order requiring child to relocate within the UK

23rd Jan 2019 | News

On appeal before Moor J, Rob successfully upheld a decision of the Family Court that required a child to be returned to London following an earlier unilateral move to the North of England by the mother, without the father’s knowledge or consent.

The important judgment in BB v CC (Residence Order) [2018] EWFC B78, addressing one possible response to unilateral relocation, can be found here.

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