You may need legal help through divorce or separation
It can be hard for children when their parents separate. It is important that you focus on what is best for your children right now, and into the future.
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Under Australian family law, children have a right to enjoy a meaningful relationship with both their parents, and to be protected from harm. A court is required to give greater weight to the consideration of the need to protect children from harm. We give advice on:
Parental responsibility during/ after separation and divorce
When the parents of a child under the age of 18 separate, they both continue to share parental responsibility for the child. This means that both parents share the responsibility for making decisions about major long term issues. It includes things like where a child will go to school, major health decisions, and religious observance.
Best interests of the child in separation and divorce
- Child custody
- Parents Agreements
Financial responsibility for children
Both parents also have a duty to support the child financially after separation or divorce, regardless of who the child lives with.
Going to court
- Most separated or divorced parents successfully agree on their own arrangements for the care of their children after joint discussions.
- If parents still can’t agree, a judge in a family law court will make a decision.
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Marriages, relationships and wills have a vital connection to each other. Any changes in your registered relationships or marriage will automatically lead to the revocation of the existing will. This works for both cases of a relationship end or a new relationship.
The court divide the property in whatever way it thinks is fair.
It is of great importance that parents find a proper approach to inform their kids about their
separation to avoid extreme and negative influence on their mental life.
The process of dealing with family dispute to avoiding the possibility of going to court,