Jul 07, 2015

Travel details, costs should be in cross-border agreements

As work and lifestyle arrangements become more fluid, so do family dynamics for separated couples and their children, says Toronto family lawyer Erin Chaiton-Murray. And while every situation is unique, generally speaking, the provisions of court orders relating to custody and access must be followed in both parents’ jurisdictions, Chaiton-Murray, an associate with Basman Smith LLP, tells AdvocateDaily.com. She made the comments in relation to news of a protracted custody dispute between actress Kelly Rutherford, who lives in the U.S., and the father of their two children, who lives in Monaco, People Magazine reports.

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