Parents must consider the interests of the children first and foremost at the end of a relationship. We take the view that strategies to shield the children from parental conflict and to minimise the emotional impact upon is the right approach.
In disputes about the children and where they should live, Section 65E of the Family Law Act tells us that the Court should consider whether the child spending equal time or substantial and significant time with each parent is desirable.
Preaction procedures require parties to attempt dispute resolution before filing an Application in the Court. This is often an very good means to settle matters promptly and cost effectively. However in cases of urgency, domestic violence or child abuse, the preaction procedures do not apply.
Whether it be representing you to negotiate the settlement at dispute resolution, or representing you in Court, MP Lawyers are committed to assisting you to reach a good outcome.
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