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Watts McCray Can Provide Advice in Child Relocation Cases

Watts McCray Can Provide Advice in Child Relocation Cases
PR-Inside.com: 2017-11-28 09:52:59
Watts McCray, Australia’s leading family lawyers, can assist clients with difficult parenting cases that involve relocation to another country or state. As the world gets smaller with people travelling and settling in different parts of the world, Australian family law is trying to adapt to the changing needs of the family.


Relocation cases are difficult for everyone but Watts McCray ensures its clients are aware of all the scenarios that need to be considered in such situations. When moving to another state or country it is best to obtain consent in writing from the other parent. This can be done by email or text. The financial security, emotional stability and availability of family support is important for the children involved. It is necessary to ensure the other parent will get adequate time with the children. If there are medical issues or mental health problems, all reports must be kept as they may be of relevance down the track. Watts McCray will work to ensure if court orders are entered into prior to a possible future relocation, such orders are drafted to allow relocation without the client being in breach of such orders.

When Watts McCray is acting on behalf of a parent proposing to resist a relocation they will work to ensure the non-relocating parent maintains a strong and meaningful relationship with his or her children. This involves working to maximise time spent with children during the week and participating in school and extracurricular activities. They will ensure the client is able to respond in opposition to any relocation and consider how best to achieve the parent's goal. With consent orders they will ensure the wording prevents any possible relocation in the future thus requiring the other parent to make an application to the court.

Watts McCray has been at the forefront of making Australians aware of the latest in the world of family law. Their resource filled, dedicated website divorce.com.au aims to make things simple for those looking for information on all types of family law matters. The website also addresses issues such as child support, spousal maintenance, child custody, divorce and property. Settling disputes outside the court room using alternative dispute resolution methods like mediation, settlement conference, arbitration and collaborative law gives parties the benefits of saving time and money. These topics are also discussed in detail on the website.

Watts McCray Lawyers, with offices located in Sydney, Canberra, Central Coast, Parramatta, Norwest, Brookvale and Frenchs Forest, are a leading specialist family law firm. For more resources related to divorce: www.divorce.com.au/

To contact: www.divorce.com.au/contact-us/

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Watts McCray Lawyers
Level 15, The Chambers

370 Pitt Street

Sydney, New South Wales 2000

Australia



02 9635 4266
email
www.divorce.com.au

Published by
Cam Wilkes
006499503888
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www.pureseo.co.nz



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