Enacting Recovery Orders To Bring Back Your Kids

27 Apr

Enacting Recovery Orders To Bring Back Your Kids

What Happens if a Party Does Not Return the Child? If you are concerned that your child may not be returned to your care after spending time with the other parent, there are some simple things you can do to try and avoid this situation, or, make it easier for…

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11 Feb

Grandparents and Living Arrangements For Children

Grandparents' Legal Right To See Grandchildren The Family Law Act states the importance of children having a relationship with grandparents and other significant family members. Although the Act does not give Grandparents the automatic right to see their grandchildren, it does provide the right to seek Court Orders which would…

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03 Feb

Can Family Court Make An Order In Relation To An Unborn Child?

Q: Can Family Court Make An Order In Relation To An Unborn Child? A: No! The Court is powerless to make orders prior to the birth of the child. As a family lawyer, I often receive inquiries from soon to be fathers wanting to know their rights in relation to…

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01 Oct

Child Custody and International Law

One of the biggest issues facing Multi-national Australian families is parenting arrangements and custody of children. The 2011 Census suggests nearly half of the Australian population has one parent who was born in another country. As Australia has one of the highest intermarriage rates and divorces in the world, this…

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23 Sep

Child Views in Parenting Arrangements

How the Child’s View Affects Custody Disputes Before imposing an order, the Court will always consider what parenting arrangements are in the best interests of the child. In determining the best interests of the child, any views expressed by the child will be taken into consideration. During this process, the…

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03 Aug

Parental Conflict and Effect on Children

Parenting disputes involving high levels of conflict and animosity between the parties often lead to children of the relationship developing emotional, social and behavioural problem in addition to negatively impacting concentration and educational achievement. These conflicts also affect how children view safety and security of their homes, as they often…

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06 Feb

Adoption Law in Queensland

The term ‘adoption’ refers to the process of transferal of legal rights and responsibilities of parenthood from one set of parents to another. This includes both the process of adopting a child into a family and, those parents who wish to place their existing child into adoption for various reasons.…

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30 Jan

How Can I Obtain a Passport for My Child After Separation

Before obtaining approval for a child’s passport, the Passport Office requires the child’s parent and/or any other person with parental responsibility to provide written consent for the passport being issued. Therefore, the easiest way to obtain a passport it to receive consent from the other parent. However, this will not…

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04 Apr

How Our Children Are Exposed to Terrifying Content Online

Children are being exposed to disturbing content on the home computer, despite the best intentions and efforts of parents who have installed filters and monitoring systems to protect their children from inappropriate content. Children whose parents believe they are watching harmless and age-appropriate videos (such as Pepper Pig and Frozen),…

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07 Feb

What about the Children?

What about the Children?  Considering the Psychological Impact of Family Breakdown on Children. The way parents handle a separation can have a huge impact on how well their children cope with it. Research has shown that children from families where parents are involved a high conflict separation are at greater…

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