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older children | Cambridge Family Law Practice

Voting with their feet

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When are you too old to be a child? Once you become a parent, it could be said that your child is your child forever, whether they be 20, 40 or 80 years of age. Of course, the law doesn’t see it quite that way; neither, generally, does the child. You might expect strict rules concerning the point in a child’s life when the law should resist intervening in a dispute between parents over their arrangements, but a recent decision of the Court of Appeal has shown that this is not quite the case.

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