Disputes related to children can be emotionally charged and stressful. That’s why we approach these matters with sensitivity and empathy, while also providing clear and practical advice.
We can assist you in resolving children matters through various options, including by way of a parenting plan or consent orders.
A Parenting Plan is an agreement made between the parties that sets out how the children will be cared for, including living arrangements, schooling, and contact with each parent.
Consent Order are enforceable Court orders that set out the terms of the parenting arrangements. This process involves applying to the Court for an order to be made based on the agreed-upon terms.
In some cases, Court proceedings may be necessary to resolve disputes. Our team of dedicated lawyers is well-versed in the family law Court system and can provide representation and guidance throughout the process.
Whether you are seeking to relocate with your child or are opposing a proposed relocation, our experienced lawyers can provide expert advice and representation to help you achieve the best possible outcome.
We can assist you with all aspects of child relocation matters, including negotiations, mediation, and Court proceedings. Our team can provide expert advice on the legal requirements for relocating with a child, including the need to obtain the consent of the other parent or a court order.
We can also assist with disputes over child relocation, including cases where one parent is seeking to relocate the child without the consent of the other parent. In these cases, we can provide representation in court proceedings to ensure that the best interests of the child are protected.
Our lawyers understand the emotional impact that child relocation cases can have on families, and we strive to provide our clients with compassionate and practical advice throughout the process.
Every child deserves a safe and stable environment. We are committed to helping families find practical and effective solutions that prioritise the best interests of the children.