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You must get the permission of everyone with parental responsibility for a child or from a court before taking the child abroad.
You automatically have parental responsibility if you’re the child’s mother, but you still need the permission of anyone else with parental responsibility before you take the child abroad.
You can take a child abroad for 28 days without getting permission if a child arrangement order says the child must live with you, unless a court order says you can’t.
In terms of the surname, this is really a decision between the biological parents. You could have the child's surname representing each other's
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