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Shared Parenting - day to day issues
Hi All,The school year has started in NSW and I have to fill in the school enrolment form. The problem is though: How?  I have a 50/50 shared arrangement for the kids with my ex and the kids live with me one week and with her the other.  In the enrolment form (for public schoo...
Shared Parenting - day to day issues
 Hi All,The school year has started in NSW and I have to fill in the school enrolment form. The problem is though: How?  I have a 50/50 shared arrangement for the kids with my ex and the kids live with me one week and with her the other.  In the enrolment form (for public scho...
Forums to go to maintenance mode
This post is early advice to inform that the new site is nearing completion and at some near future stage our forums will go into a lockdown read only mode or be taken off line for a short period until the final data set is transferred. We are waiting on a complete time line f...
Parental Isolation and Sabotage
Hi everyone,I am a first time mother, now divorced.Through the family court, my only daughter was put into her fathers care and my parenting right has been completely taken away.My family and the community totally exclude me from all family activities, I am never invited to bi...
Child Support
Hi,my wife and I separated more than 2 years ago, and got divorced 12 months ago. We have a child (4yrs) between us.I have not been contacted by the Child Support Agency for support payments, and was told she has not registered with them (I rang them 3 times over the last few ...
13 yr old niece ran away and wont go back, Can I fight a recovery...
My 13 year old niece ran away from home after a violent domestic fight with her mother, the mother kicking her out on the street at 12 at night. We raced the 30min drive to collect her from a busy highway at night in a traumatised state. My wife rang police to let them know sh...
Ambushed with court proceedings while on holiday.
My partner is currently staying with me while her child is with the father for school holidays. The father was due to return the child in time for school, this was a verbal agreement. (Mediation was attempted in November to make the agreement 'official', but the father was unc...
I think I have been getting terrible advice and now I'm in a pickle
I'm hoping this is in the right spot. My apologies if it's not.I am not too far away from a full on hearing date. The final expert report is in and I really thought I would fare well. Turns out I was wrong. The advice from my lawyer was to make sure I said all the things I wan...
legal right to contact children while in the care of the other pa...
Hi all,I am hoping someone can point me in the right direction of links to some legislation that shows that I have the right to phone my children while they are in the care of their father.  We currently have no written parenting agreement or court orders.  We have an arrangem...
what age is old enough to make a decission
hey there....I have a trial d8 next year over access to my 10yo old daughter...to cut a long story extremely short, my ex has representation for her and a psychology report saying she no longer wants to see me...there are no allegations of abuse but I did make threats toward m...
13yr old refuses to comply with visitation?
Can anyone help? Firstly there are court orders in place that say my daughter is to see her mother half of the school holidays or as agreed between the parents. My wife and I have been forcing her to go against her will for the past year. For the past 4 months she has refused ...
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...

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