Hi, Long story short, I would like some help on admitting my 13-year-old to go and see her father's side of the family, which means travelling on her own from WA to VIC where they live. I had an incident happen about 3 years ago where with the aid of his mother, my ex-partner tried to take my eldest daughter when we last visited VIC. We were living in WA but visiting VIC at the time. I decided to come back without him, although not stopping him from coming back to WA on his account. Both he and his mother decided to take the eldest and prevent me from taking her back to WA. I went to court in VIC got a recovery order for her came back to WA. We have settled through mediation and he agreed to have both my eldest and my youngest (also his child) live here in WA but is free to communicate and see them. In 3 years, he has seen them once and sometimes makes contact with the eldest through calls and social media. He has not paid child support for pretty much the whole time we separated, he has a criminal conviction in WA as well. Now more in respects to sending the eldest to go see him and the mother, aunties and uncles which most of them as far as I am aware still live under the same roof. Is there a legal way in family law to go about making sure if I send her, she will be returned without any drama?