What Are The Effects Of Changing The Nature Of Parental Responsibility On The Life Of A Child?

By | May 11, 2021

By law, there are some defined duties, powers, authority and responsibilities of parents for their children. These are known as parental responsibility. The responsibilities include child’s growth, education and religion. Give them a proper environment and teach them discipline. You will have to take legal proceedings on your child’s behalf. The key responses in regards to the changing… Read More »

What are Family Law Contraventions and Breach of Orders

By | May 10, 2021

support or parenting arrangements, only to have the other parent contravene or disobey the final Orders, causing a breach of orders. There was the case, a father was jailed for six months for contravening family court orders to return a boy from the Middle East to his mother in Australia. In that case, the penalty was employed as… Read More »

Do grandparents have rights in Australia?

By | May 6, 2021

Grandparents have a great love for their grandchildren. They want to spend more time with them. But sometimes the parents don’t want their parents to see their children. It is not good for them. But this is an unusual situation but what happens if the parent’s divorce. In this scenario the laws are different, let’s learn a little… Read More »

De Facto Couples | De Facto Relationship Qld

By | May 5, 2021

De Facto couples have the same rights, responsibilities and legal protection as married couples under the Family Law Act in Australia. But more stringent definitions mean that couples may unknowingly fall into a relationship — something that can have legal and financial consequences for the unwary. If you separate, your ex-partner may be able to claim a portion… Read More »

Separation or Divorce | Relationship Counselling

By | May 4, 2021

Many couples separate and will agree on what they wish to happen in relation to a distribution of the asset pool (such as a property settlement) and, if there are children to consider, the arrangements they wish to put in place for the children’s future. When couples are in agreement the options for formalizing the property settlement and… Read More »

When is Child Support Applicable and What Does It Cover?

By | April 17, 2021

Generally, child support is paid by the partner with more income, but less time with the children. The amount is typically negotiated depending on the state of the relationship after the breakdown of the marriage or de facto partnership. Please read the originial post here: https://familylawyersmackay.com.au/when-is-child-support-applicable-and-what-does-it-cover/