Movement of children under 18 – Coronavirus.

Michael Gove has confirmed that while children should not normally be moving between households the Government recognise this may be necessary when children under 18 move between separated parents. He has confirmed this is permissible and is contained in guidance.

This period of uncertainty and lock down will create further tension for families already struggling with relationship issues. It’s important that you get help early on with any issues you might have, should you need any advice or guidance on family or relationship problems please contact one of our specialist team who can walk you through advice and guidance.

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