The dissolution of marriages and de facto relationships involving children often culminates in either shared parenting or sole parenting agreement in Qld (also known as parenting plans). These plans typically facilitate quality time between both parties and their child/children.
While most of these arrangements operate seamlessly, occasional disruptions may arise. One parent, for instance, might infringe on the parenting agreement, restricting the other’s access to their child/children. This is not only a breach of the agreement but also a violation of the other parent’s rights as outlined in the parenting plan.
We acknowledge the emotional toll this scenario may inflict on the affected parent. However, at the Collective Family Law Group, we believe it’s not a circumstance you need to endure indefinitely. Our expertise lies in meticulously drafting parenting plans tailored to your specific needs, a service provided by our experienced family law solicitors on the Gold Coast.
SO WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOUR EX-PARTNER DENIES YOU YOUR VISITATION RIGHTS? WHAT LEGAL RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE AVAILABLE TO YOU?
The key to addressing this situation lies in verifying that your parenting plan has been appropriately filed with the Court and that no standing consent orders are registered. Ensuring your agreement is legally binding and prepared by a qualified legal practitioner is critical.
Should the parenting arrangement lack proper legal filing, we are well-equipped to secure your rights to visit your child/children formally.
TURN TO THE EXPERTS
No parent is authorised to breach the parenting arrangement. If you suspect that the other parent has infringed upon their parenting responsibilities, we urge you to reach out to the Collective Family Law Group immediately.
Our team of divorce lawyers on the Gold Coast consistently offer expert family law consultation, free of charge, particularly when it involves delicate matters such as parenting arrangements.
We aspire to resolve disputes through mediation rather than court proceedings, thereby minimising stress and potential conflict. Over the years, we have successfully assisted many parents in achieving and maintaining beneficial arrangements for their child/children.
If you have any concerns or desire a confidential conversation about developing a parenting arrangement, please contact Collective Family Law Group at (07) 5574 0971. As one of the leading law firms on the Gold Coast, we’re committed to providing solutions that put the welfare of your child/children first.
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