Parenting arrangements and child custody gets complicated when it comes to relocation Issues
As families move around nationally and internationally more and more, many parents are faced with the dilemma that upon separation, one of the parties wants to move home with the children. This is where child custody can get messy.
Child custody laws state that parents cannot relocate with children without first obtaining the consent of the other parent or making an application the court to gain permission to relocate.
In the event that a parent relocates and takes the children without obtaining consent of the other parent or orders from the court, they can be ordered by the court for the children to be returned. This is where parenting arrangements can become complex and unfortunately the children are always in the middle.
Collective Family Law Group on the Gold Coast & Brisbane can assist you in any relocation matter that you may be facing.
Child custody and Child Support – know where you stand
Collective Family Law Group can provide general advice about your child support liabilities and entitlements. Parties can either enter into a private child support agreement or they can go through the Child Support Agency (CSA).
Grandparents & other third parties – Get the right legal advice
Collective Family Law Group on the Gold Coast & Brisbane have a range of experience with representing grandparents and other third parties, to ensure they can spend time and communicate with their grandchildren following separation of the child’s parents.