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Child Abduction (Hague Convention)

The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction 1980 is an international treaty in force between Australia and numerous other countries. The Convention provides an administrative procedure by which a person can seek to have an abducted child returned to their home country. 


At Pigdon Norgate, we can provide guidance throughout this process. We can discuss your available options, depending on your particular circumstances. Contact a member of our team here.

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