Moving overseas with family and older children
Perhaps your children are at university and are used to coming home each holiday. Or maybe they have children of their own and have come to rely on you as a trusted babysitter. You could possibly find they want to move with you and want you to help find them study or work!
It is possible that you'll come up against resistance when planning your move – your grown up children may worry about missing you or could be concerned about what would happen if you became ill. Or you might even find your children are thrilled with their new overseas ‘holiday home’.
Talking through your move at an early stage can help allay fears. With today’s internet communications and free online phone services you’ll only be at the other end of a phone call or email.
Crown Relocations moves families with older children every day and are on hand to help you through the entire process.
For further tips on making your move abroad with teenagers a success, check out our handy suggestions here.
You can also Read more about the Ascroft family's experience, who relocated to Australia with their two teenage sons and young daughter.
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