What is a Consent Order?

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“Consent Orders may be made by a court where there is agreement by parties for orders to be made. There are usually certain requirements that need to be met before a court will issue consent orders.” A consent order or “consent orders” may have different meanings depending on the jurisdiction and the Court and type of proceedings. Consent orders in … Read More

Specialist Family Court Covid-19 List for urgent parenting matters

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The Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia (the Courts) have announced that they are establishing a court list dedicated to deal exclusively with urgent parenting-related disputes that have arisen due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They have avised that the list will commence on 29 April 2020. The introduction of this list is in response to … Read More

The Rights of a Child in Family Law Matters

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State parties (ie countries) that have signed the Convention on the Rights of the Child have committed to ensuring and respecting the rights of each child no matter their background or the background of their parent’s. The rights of children apply to all children and apply without discrimination of any kind, irrespective of their face, colour, sex, language, religion, political … Read More

What if your child doesn’t want to see their other parent? Gungahlin Family Lawyers & Canberra Family Lawyers & Mediators – Claire Naidu & Co discuss this issue

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Written by:  Claire Naidu & Co, Lawyers and tadiators (Gungahlin Family Lawyers and Canberra Family Lawyers)     We have clients ask us what to do if their child starts to say that they do not want to see their mum or that they do not want to see their dad. What can I do if my child does not want to … Read More