2 Comments Family & de facto law, financial agreements, consent orders
was wondering if you had sat down with your ex and discussed sharing the flight costs involved if you were to move interstate, as since your child is 13 yrs old could fly as an unaccompanied minor?
As far as the legal side of things i'm trying to move interstate with my children myself, but am offering him a huge ammount of access but he wont agree, am currently waiting on the judges ruling atm.
I hope it all works out for you
...[W]ondering where I stood in regard to this court order [?]
The order is as active as the day it was made. In order to vary it you will either need to negotiate a variation, by consent, or alternatively apply for new orders.
...Legally if the child is allowed to leave the state of NSW[?]
The child can live anywhere so long as the court orders as to time/place, etc for handover are complied with (in the absence of a specific order dealing with the residence). If your new arrangements are undesirable for the child, however, be cautious not to inflame the situation.
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