Someone has taken my child

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare to discover that his or her precious child has been taken. But it’s an all too common reality with the increase of cross-cultural marriage and the rise in cheap foreign travel.

With specialist advice, we can help you get your loved-one back where they belong. There are many issues to consider, including the jurisdiction of your child’s normal country of residence and the best way to proceed whether it is abduction, removal or retention of your child. We can also help you where the jurisdiction of your child’s normal country of residence is not clear-cut and advise you of the various defences available to you.

If you’re confused about any legal jargon or legal instruction, see our ‘Glossary of Divorce and Family Law Terms’ in our ‘Store Cupboard’. And for a practical guide, see Life After Divorce.

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This is an online service for really straightforward divorces.
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This is the simplest and most cost effective way to end your marriage or civil partnership where both of you agree. It provides the personal reassurance and support of a solicitor.
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Four fixed price stages to help you reach a financial agreement for your life and future.