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How To Stop Your Ex Excluding You From Seeing Your Children

The answer to this question slightly differs depending on whether you have Court Orders regarding care arrangements for your children or not. However, in any […]

How Do I Know When To Fight And When To Settle My Case?

Going to Court for your family law matter can be costly, time-consuming, and stressful. Therefore, it is usually beneficial to settle before commencing Court proceedings […]

What is the Difference between a Parenting Plan and Consent Orders?

Life after separation is a difficult time for most people, add the extra worry of having to work out how your children are going to […]

7 Things to Know About ‘Consent Orders’

If you have reached agreement and you are reading this, Congratulations! That is the hardest part of the process and you have done it! You […]

How To Budget Post-separation

Divorce or separation can be quite daunting, particularly from a financial perspective.  When two people commence a relationship or marry, they often merge their assets […]

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What You Need to Know About Shared Parenting

In all child custody cases, unless there is a threat of harm to the children, the courts believe that children benefit from a meaningful relationship […]

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How to Tell the Kids You Are Separating

When two people decide to divorce it can be an emotional time, filled with a lot of uncertainty. Whilst the tell-tale signs might have been […]

By |February 5th, 2018|Family Law, Family Resolution, Parenting, Separation|Comments Off on How to Tell the Kids You Are Separating

Can a Child Decide Which Parent to Live With?

During divorce proceedings where children are involved it cannot be stressed enough how important it is that a child or children have the chance to […]

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Visiting Rights

RIGHT TO SEE YOUR CHILD / CHILDREN
Many broken marriages and de facto relationships that involve children include a shared parenting arrangement or sole parenting arrangement […]

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Parenting Plans

PARENTING PLAN
One of the greatest difficulties in a divorce proceeding can be care arrangements of the children. Children suffer more from a marriage breakdown than […]

By |September 5th, 2017|Family Law, Parenting|Comments Off on Parenting Plans