The COVID-19 pandemic and associated restrictions may have prevented us from being able to do many things, however updating your parenting orders to reflect your current situation is not one of them.
On 25 August 2021, the proposed pet by-laws were officially legislated as part of the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 (SSMA Act) making the keeping of pets in strata schemes a whole lot easier for animal-lovers.
My former partner lives in one of the LGA’s of concern, do I still have to facilitate our parenting arrangement?
Take a look at Leona’s update on mediation. Even with restrictions, matters are moving forward.
Remember, if you have any questions regarding your circumstances, please get in touch with us on 9523 5535.
When parents are separated, communicating with each other can sometimes be difficult. Emotions are high and arrangements need to be made for the children but parents are still human and still feel the hurt associated with the breakdown of a relationship. That said, responsible parents need to find ways to co-parent harmoniously and with the children front of mind. These days, there is technology that can assist separated parents with their communication if face-to-face communication proves to be difficult.
If you are a separated parent and having difficulty communicating about your children, here are some helpful apps you might like to trial:
It is no secret that communication is the key to a healthy relationship. However, communication is also key to a healthy (insofar as it can be healthy) separation. A breakdown in communication during a relationship can lead to separation and a breakdown in communication whilst going through a separation can lead to heightened emotional stress and difficulties being able to resolve your matter.
As such, we have set out below, our 10 top tips for communicating better with your ex in no particular order:
This weekend is Mother’s Day, a day that most children recall with fondness in their later years. Unfortunately, for separated parents it can be a difficult day to navigate. To avoid any stress or conflict on the day, it is a good idea to discuss and coordinate a clear arrangement with your former partner now.
When parents separate, it is very common for one parent to pay child support to the other to assist in financially supporting the children of the relationship. In lots of circumstances, the payment of child support is collected and administered through the Child Support Agency, an arm of the Department of Human Services in our Federal Government.