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Can I take the children and move interstate or overseas?

Before taking the children to live interstate, overseas or even significantly out of the local area (if it makes it substantially more difficult for the other parent to spend regular time with the children) it is essential to consult with the other parent and obtain their consent to the move. If the move is opposed by the other parent you will need to attend mediation to attempt to resolve the issue and if that fails, you will need to file an Initiating Application for parenting orders seeking to relocate the children. In the event that one parent unilaterally moves the children away, they risk an Order being made to bring the children back to the general area.

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