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Category Archives: Child Relocation

Child care and contact after divorce

How to win custody of your child in South Africa

How to win custody of your child after divorce If you are going through a divorce and there are children of your marriage, foremost in your mind might be, “how do I win custody of my child?”. A Google search … Continue reading

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UK: International Divorce – Preventing The Risks Of Parental Child Abduction

This article is from the UK, and the laws in each country are slightly different, but we have reprinted it here because the issue is universal. Taking a minor child overseas for relocation without the consent of the other parent … Continue reading

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Covid-19: Cape Town parents win court bid to fetch children stuck in another province

Two Cape Town parents, who are divorced, have won legal permission in court to travel in the father’s Land Rover to fetch their young children in a different province, to relieve their struggling grandparents. The story involves elderly grandparents, doing … Continue reading

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Moving with children post-divorce? What you need to know.

It’s natural to want to make a fresh start after divorce. Inevitably, at least one party must move out of the marital home. Where there are children involved, it is often the father who moves, to minimise disruption to the … Continue reading

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