Transfer of residence should not be seen as a “last resort” even in the absence of a finding of “parental alienation” or “intractable hostility” – Becket Chambers

Posted November 19th, 2019 in children, news, parental responsibility, residence orders by sally

‘In my article written in April 2018 “Not “Parental Alienation”? but heading towards intractability? What can be done” I discussed some of the challenges facing the courts where adult conflict threatens to harm the relationship between children and their parents.

Two cases decided in 2019 consider further the question of transfer of residence in cases where a child is found to be suffering harm as a result of one parent’s fixed view of the other.’

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Becket Chambers, 5th November 2019