Limited or Binding Child Support Agreement – Which Should You Choose?

11 Oct
2021

Limited or Binding Child Support Agreement – Which Should You Choose?

Binding Child Support Agreement or Limited Child Support Agreement? When parents reach an agreement in relation to child support, there are two options available to formalise that agreement.  Those two options are: A Binding Child Support Agreement; and A Limited Child Support Agreement.  What is the Binding Child Support Agreement?…

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04 Oct
2021

Changing Your Child’s Name

Are you considering changing your child’s name?  For children born or adopted in Queensland, parents may change their child’s first name once before the child turns one (1) and parents may change their child’s family name no more than once every twelve (12) months.  Both parents must consent to the…

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06 Sep
2021

Drug Testing Parents in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia

In parenting proceedings, parties are required to complete a Court form titled Notice of Child Abuse, Family Violence or Risk which discloses any allegations the parent may have against the other party which places children at risk.  If a party alleges there is a drug or substance abuse problem on…

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02 Aug
2021

Objection to vaccination of children Family Court jurisdiction

Children Family Court Jurisdiction: In a recent decision in the Family Court found that it was very regrettably that the mother did not support the child being vaccinated.  The Court considered that her opposition to the child being vaccinated, as the child’s principal carer, would likely complicate the process and…

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12 Jul
2021

The different types of Child Support Arrangements

Child support can be managed between the parties in a number of ways. Some parents prefer to and are able to have very flexible and informal arrangements between them. Others prefer that their arrangements are managed via the Child Support Agencies – and other parents formalise their arrangements via a Private…

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05 May
2021

Notice of Child Abuse, Family Violence, or Risk in Parenting Proceedings

Notice of Child Abuse, Family Violence, or risk in Parenting Proceedings If you commence or respond to parenting proceedings, you will be required to file a Notice of Child Abuse, Family Violence, or risk, an Application or Response will not be accepted for filing without the notice. This document alerts…

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09 Nov
2020

Parental Responsibilities and Children’s Issues

You have had counselling with your partner and possibly your own counselling to solve Parental Responsibilities. Matters cannot be resolved. You have received financial advice to know what your financial future holds. You have endeavoured in every way possible to negotiate with your partner but without success. The stumbling block…

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11 Sep
2020

Family law rules disclosure – You Must Know Full And Frank Disclosure

Family law rules disclosure - You must need to know You must know the Family law rules disclosure In Family Law property or parenting proceedings, the parties have a responsibility to provide full and frank disclosure.  The duty of disclosure family law is a requirement for all parties involved in…

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15 Jun
2020

Five Simple Ways To Cut Unnecessary Costs On Your Family Lawyer

As with many professional services sectors, law professionals generally really only sell their time. And, as we all know very well, time is money. So if you are searching for legal advice the family lawyer cost can be higher depending on the expertise level of your attorney. In the interest…

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27 Apr
2020

Enacting Recovery Orders To Bring Back Your Kids by Parenting plan or Agreement.

What is a Parenting Plan? A parenting plan is a plan which puts the best interests of the child first. It is your and your partner's commitment to your children and their future. A parenting plan is a written agreement between parents under practical issues of parental responsibility. What Happens…

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