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Permission to travel abroad with children

When it comes to travelling abroad with a child, parents often have questions about the legal implications, especially if the child has a different surname. In England and Wales, parental rights and responsibilities are primarily governed by the Children Act 1989, which outlines the rules regarding parental responsibility, including decisions related to a child's upbringing. This article will explore the legal considerations surrounding taking a child with a different surname abroad and provide guidance on navigating this situation. Understanding Parental Responsibility Parental Responsibility is defined as encompassing all the rights,…

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