On 22 June 2020 the Treasury Laws Amendment (Registries Modernisation and Other Measures) Bill 2019 received Royal Assent.
Tuesday 11th of February is Safer Internet Day. The purpose of Safer Internet Day is to continue to raise awareness about online safety by encouraging everyone to help create a safer and better internet.
This post will explain the Court’s available decisions if a parenting order contravention application has been made. See here for our post on Parenting Orders – Part 1: What if the other parent doesn’t comply?
Another consideration to determine a child’s best interests is the likely effect of any changes in the child’s circumstances, including the likely effect on the child of any separation from either of their parents or any other person or relative with whom they have been living: Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) s 60CC(3)(d). This is often seen as the ‘status quo’ principle.