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    • #28050
      Inneedofsomepeace
      Participant

      I’m hoping to take my children on holiday next year. Does anyone know if my perpetual needs to sign passports or give his permission. I know he will not do this as a way of control. But he is named on there birth certificate. Any advice please

    • #28070
      Serenity
      Participant

      On my court order, it says that as the kids reside mainly with me and I am the main carer, I am entitled to take my kids out of the country for up to a month without his permission. He needs to ask my permission.

      In terms of contact arrangements, we are meant to be flexible with one another.

      I am afraid I don’t know if this is the general rule if no court order is in place.

      If you call the Family Lives helpline, they might be able to direct you to the right people to ask.

      Good luck X

    • #28115
      Inneedofsomepeace
      Participant

      Thank you. We have no court orders with regards to the children just a restraining order. But he hasn’t had any contact with them since we left

    • #28131
      Lisa
      Main Moderator

      Hi Inneedofsomepeace,

      You can find clear information regarding the law around taking your children out of the UK on the Rights of Women’s website here.

      Kind Regards,

      Lisa

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