Whether it’s a family adventure or a visit to relatives abroad, understanding your obligations under Australian law is crucial for navigating this issue when co-parenting after separation.
Separating from a partner can be emotionally challenging, and if you find yourself dealing with a high-conflict ex-partner, it can become even more stressful.
10 days paid domestic violence leave will replace the previous unpaid 5 days for full-time, part-time and casual employees under new Fair Work laws.
After separation, concerns can arise if a parent wishes to take the child/children on an overseas holiday. This concern could be because one parent is a citizen of another country, and the other may be concerned they will remove the child/children from Australia.
Now that the international borders have re-opened, our Family Law team anticipates there will be an influx of questions surrounding international travel with children, and how to obtain passports for children.
The short answer is – yes! Each separation is different and, as a result, the idea of an “amicable separation” can be different for everyone.
Within our family law team, a question we are often asked by our clients is “What happens if the parent’s do not agree on vaccination?”.
1. It is ok not to be ok Raw emotions and financial disputes are like oil and water, they don’t mix, reach out for professional help to manage the stress and emotions early. 2. Get expert advice When you are considering separating finances, it is a great idea to seek out financial advice early so