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A (Children), Re (Rev 1) [2019] EWHC 2334 (Fam)

The mother claimed that her contact with the four children had been severely restricted in Pakistan, and she had not seen them at all since they had travelled to England with the father. She wished to re-establish contact. Sir Andrew McFarlane P found that, contrary to the children's belief, she did not abandon them in Pakistan; she was forced out by their father and his family and then kept away. Those findings of fact would now form the basis upon which the court would consider what steps could be taken to reintroduce her to the lives of her children.


Published: 02/10/2019

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