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An Irish family with young children is living in Australia via the husband's work visa (they have applied for permanent residency and have been in Australia for about 2 years). The wife has fallen in love with an Australian and the couple has separated. If the husband chooses ...
Grandparents rights to access, when their own child is deceased?
Firstly I am the aunt in the situation and am looking for advice for my parents. My brother died 4 years ago and ever since contact with his children has been near impossible to arrange. The mother will not answer or calls and will say she will be home, but when my parents mak...
Kids have been moved without consent
Hi all,just after a bit of advice.Son's ex-partner has moved 2 hours drive away, taken the kids out of school, and enrolled them in a new school,all without my son's knowledge (cos she knows he doesn't approve)They have no legal documents regarding the kids - it's all been ver...
Why no Parental Alienation
I found lots of info on parental alienation by using your website (ta)search feature-but how come DOCS worker in sth aust. says their is no such thing?
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My two daughters came back into my care this week as per the new orders.I discovered from them that their ski trip had been to new ZealandWhile I was happy that they had a good time, I was also peeved that they had left the country without my knowledge. Is this   not also a co...
Independent Children's Lawyer Survey - Your Feedback needed
If you are one of the many fathers who believe that they have been discriminated against by a Court appointed ICL (Independent Childrens Lawyers) during child custody proceedings, simply because of your gender, well these family law researchers want to hear from you.Provide fe...
Relocation issues
Apologies in advance for the essay. This is all new to me so I have a lot of questions and very little knowledge of legal processes involved.Background: I separated from my husband just over a year ago. We currently reside in the same town and he has our children 3 nights a we...
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Back ground Until June 12 this year consent orders were in place for the equal shared caser of my two daughters, now aged 7 and 13. My relationship with the girls mother has been acrimonious over the years with the mother being rude, disagreeable and abusive towards me. The ...
Skoolbag app
Hi,Here is a link to an Android app for many schools which may be of interest to parents on this site which provides links to newsletters, upcoming dates on their calendar and other useful information which can be filtered as required. Just search for your particular school. I...
Child refuses to return to primary carer
I probably post this request in the wrong area....but I am keen on some responses.Hi ....my 13.5 year old son has told me he isn't returning to his mother's house at the end of his visitation with me.   Ex and I have tried resolution counselling to no avail.  How old does my s...
Arrears with Collections
Hi AllCan anyone out there explain why there is no apparent transparency in regard to the collection process.  Ex is in arrears in excess of $10,000 and climbing - he told CSA in January he would not be paying any further child support.  Our child has significant mental health...
icl
Can an independent child lawyer, charge parents fees, now, and could they ever have done so in the past?I am confused because originally the Family Court ordered the ICL to join proceeding due to child abuse allegatons, and was paid by legal aid. Then, later, that ICL demanded...

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