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Will speak to a solicitor, but how long are parental orders valid for? And if people move how do they work with recovery orders and trying to get right information?
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2 years ago
Hi, Orders last until discharged or new orders made. Or until child is 18. If someone moves away making the current orders impractical or far from an ordered area etc a recovery order can be issued enforcing the return of the children to the agreed area or region. Sometimes if other parents refuses to return the children are then ordered by the court to reside with other parent. Courts will sometimes give an ultimatum to the parent who has removed the child. For information specific to your situation definitely see a Lawyer. If you are on the Gold Coast or Brisbane I can definitely recommend a few different people for you :)

Happy to answer more questions if you have and I can also post some links to further info if you want

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2 years ago
So lucky to have you on the forum.. I reckon you should have a legal advice section!

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2 years ago
Thank you for that nice comment. A column would be cool. Never thought of that 😊 it’s hard to get good legal advice without paying huge amounts and that is so wrong, so I help when I can.

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2 years ago
Hi - this is for the main commenter - thanks for answering this really good question. If you would like to write for us on family law topics, please flick an email over to [email protected] and we'll chat!