Parents, donors and carers wanting a protected and certain relationship with their children need a defined parenting plan, consent order or court orders, which are in the best interests of the children and are workable.
We can guide you through what is in the best interests of the children.
“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.”
We explain and guide you through the Court process and give you likely outcomes for what is in your child’s best interest.
What is considered a ‘family’ is changing, not only for GLBT parents, but also with changes in adoption, surrogacy and assisted reproduction IVF. We will help you through this delicate maze and also work out who is a ‘parent’.
Parenting arrangements are intended to benefit the children, giving them a meaningful relationship with each parent, whilst guarding the children’s security and protection form harm and abuse.
You will educated about your realistic options and be given an effectively strategy to move forward.
If needed, we will act quickly and with strength to protect you and your children.