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Relocation and change of schools
I have current consent orders in place that state that I must consult with the other parent about all issues to do with health, education, religion etc etc.  The orders also have a line in it that states that either of my children are not to physically share a room with anyone...
Requiring help to ensure wording correct for interim and final or...
Hi,I have been divorced for about 4.5 years and my ex husband has chosen to have no contact with his children in over 3.5 years.  I have a son with a disability and complex medical needs that is on numerous medications and sees several specialist. I had to give up work to care...
Rated M Movies for 6 year old child
I am posting this topic to get some views of other parents from this site .I consider taking a young child of 6 years to see a Rated M or MA movie such as Transformers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to be wrong and something I would never consider doing because of the violen...
15.65 of the Family Law Rules
Hello,           As a SRL I believed I was allowed to write a letter to the Family Report author seeking clarification under rule 15.65 of the Family Law Rules.I did so to which she eventually responded " It is not my usual practice to engage in further discussion about the is...
setting aside a binding financial agreement
Approximately 6 years ago, I signed a binding financial agreement with my ex husband when our marriage of 12 years ended.Upon seeing another lawyer for a different matter and mentioning my agreement didnt seem fair compared to other mothers i knew, he looked over it and asked ...
Relocating and "the meaningful relationship"
My partner and I would like to relocate outside of the designated area that is currently stipulated in our consent orders.Lets say the designated area is "within metropolitan Melbourne".  We currently live on one side of the metro area.  To get to the other side, if I was to g...
need some help and advice
brief story, left a very abusive controlling woman and my son, moved back to the UK from Sydney to the UK as I had no family. I tried my hardest to stay in the marriage for my sons sake but even appeasing her but nothing worked.  I even tried wearing headphones around her but ...
What should I do when I got an AVO against me?
I'm a female. I share a house with one girl and three guys. Last Saturday, the girl confronted me and we argued. It ended up with physical. We both got injured. She called the police so the police considered her as the victim and made an AVO against me. I'm not sure if the pol...
Seeking change to interim consent orders
His honour stated the respondent travel with the child 4 out of 5 days of the fathers 5 day rostered days off period no more than twice a month. The draft order was received and read the same. When the signed order was received it read each of the fathers five day off period n...
QLD Psychologists Board tries to hose down acceptance of Parental...
The Australian newspaper7 April 2008Ruling debunks custody diagnosisBy Tony KochChild custody determinations in scores of Family Court decisions could be challenged following a ruling debunking parental alienation syndrome, a controversial diagnosis of the effects on a child w...
Threat to withold children on visitation
My ex has a DVRO against him which includes the children. I am aware that any orders from the FMC overide this. In the last school holidays the ex had the children for approx 10 days. The interim order was made 4 days prior to the children leaving me to visit their father (he ...
I want to change my childs surname so its the same as mine
I am a single mother and my ex husband only sees my child every 7/8 weeks. Hes suppose to see her once a week on a sunday but ge doesnt.I want to change her surname so its the same as mine. Im facing a lot of problems when I travel out of the country with her. I get stopped an...

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