Vaccine or no Vaccine?

17 Jan
2022

Vaccine or no Vaccine?

Children Vaccination Update in Australia In the midst of the global Coronavirus pandemic, the Australian Government recently announced that children aged 5 to 11 are now eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccinations, should their parents wish for them to. But what happens if you and your former partner cannot agree…

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20 Dec
2021

Everything You Need To Know About Consent Orders in Queensland

What are Consent Orders?  A Consent Order is made by the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia formalising an agreement reached between parties after separation about parenting and/or property matters. A parenting order will only become legally binding if deemed to be in the best interests of the child. As a legally binding Order, each person affected by the Order must follow it.…

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20 Nov
2021

Unacceptable risk: Appeal against parenting orders & Allegations of sexual abuse

In a recent Appeal of a decision of the Family Court of Australia, the Appellant Court reviewed orders between the parties in respect of their two children under Pt VII of the Family Law Act 1975. The orders made provision for the children to live with the mother and for her to have…

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27 Mar
2020

Obtaining Australian Child Passport After Separation

How to Obtain an Australian Child Passport for My Child After Separation? Before obtained an Australian Child Passport, the Passport Office requires the child’s parent or any other person with parental responsibility to provide written consent to the passport being issued. Therefore, the easiest way to obtain an Australian Child…

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11 Feb
2020

Grandparents rights qld, Australia and Living Arrangements For Children

Do Grandparents Have Legal Rights in Australia? Grandparents rights qld in Australia: The Family Law Act states the importance of children having a relationship with grandparents and other significant family members. Although The Family Law Act ( GRANDPARENTS EXTENDED FAMILY ) does not give Grandparents rights to see their grandchildren, it…

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13 Dec
2019

Equal Shared Parental Responsibility and Major Long Term Issues

Equal Shared Parental Responsibility A typical parenting order made by the Court will involve equal shared parental responsibility. This essentially means that both parents are required to consult each other on the major long-term issues of the children which relate to the order. Whilst the definition of “major issues” is…

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