We can guide you through what is in the best interests of the children.
We take you through the statutory guidelines used by the Court in determining what is in the child’s best interest.
The family model is changing, not only for the GLBT parent, but also due to changes in the law regarding adoption, surrogacy and assisted reproduction. We guide you through this delicate maze of legal and social issues.
When making parenting orders the Court looks at, amongst other considerations, the benefit to the child of having a meaningful relationship with both the child’s parents, the need to protect the child, the relationship between the child and the parents and other people.
We advise you as to your realistic strategic options to effectively keep or put in place parenting plans and orders for your children.
If needed, we will take strong action to protect your position and advise you of your chances of success.
“Family law conflicts are very difficult to negotiate both personally and to the non-lawyer confronted by the confusing legal system. Having previously had a very bad experience, we felt supported and properly advised in our journey through the family law system and continue to be most grateful to Kate and to Nic for providing us with state of the art professional and personal advice.”
Common Parenting Questions