A parenting order is a set of orders made by a court under Part VII of the Family Law Act 1975 (FLA) about parenting arrangements for a child. When there is an agreement between the parties, usually the mother and the father, a court can make a parenting order based on that agreement. This is known as a consent order. If the parties cannot reach an agreement, the court can make a parenting order following a court hearing or trial.
A parenting order can cover a couple of topics or an extensive list - there is no requirement to deal with any particular matters. A parenting order may deal with the following:
who the child will live with;
how much time the child will spend with each parent;
the allocation of parental responsibility;
how the child will communicate with a parent they do not live with or other people; and
any other aspect of the care, welfare or development of the child.
This service is designed to save time and stress by allowing you to complete important details online. Upon notification of your purchase, I will send you a link to our intake form. All you will need to do is fill in the details as prompted. Once completed, I will review your document and contact you to ensure that it is properly completed and provide any guidance or recommendations.