My friend and his ex have been separated over 16 months. The ex took their 5-year-old son to a non Hague Convention country and is now came back to Australia after 11 months but she is interstate. My friend filed an initiating application to the family court for taking custody of children and putting him into the Airport Watch-list and served the documents . As soon as she was served, she attempted for a control order but no order was made but there was an agreement for "undertaken without any admission". The ex-wif living interstate with the son has no job, no relatives, no proper accommodations apart from housing or domestic violence shelter. The ex has enrolled the child to school and that's probably the only thing that will make it difficult to get a relocation order. In addition to this, ex was referred to a psychiatrist. After two sessions, she became in denial and moved overseas. My friend suspects it's symptoms of a personality disorder but it has yet to be revealed by the specialist. They are due for an ICL interview in two weeks time. On the first-mentioned date, it was agreed that the father will get supervised visit interstate. In the meantime, it is clear to the CCS supervisor that the mother has a tendency to lie and to be uncooperative with the father. Questions: 1) What are the chances getting a relocation order under Family Law? 2) Any recommendation/preparation for an ICL interview?