Family Law, Child Support & Child Custody Blog
This blog contains a collection of postings, articles and news items related to Family Law, Child Support, Divorce, Child Custody, Shared Parenting, Free Legal Support, Family Court, Fathers Rights, Men’s health and more.
Next » ALP Promises Specialist Domestic Violence Court
Published on October 11, 2014
A specialist court for domestic violence and sexual assault cases would be established by a NSW Labor government, deputy opposition leader Linda Burney will announce on Sunday.
Rare Case of Malicious Mother Taken to Task by Court
Published on August 28, 2014
A few months ago, bowing to pressure from the Canadian Bar Association, the federal government slammed the door shut on a private member’s bill advancing shared parenting as the default in child custody after parental separation.
Divorced Wives Deserve Compensation For Hardship! Really?
Published on August 4, 2014
MARRIAGE should never be a prison, but should it be a subsidised holiday house?
The government is rightly bemoaning the immense cost for taxpayers of the 50,000-odd divorces in Australia each year in extra single parent and child support payments, not to mention consequent social delinquenc...
Have you had a GOOD or BAD experience with an ICL? Family Law Survey
Published on July 14, 2014
Have YOU had a negative experience with an Independent Children's Lawyer (ICL)? Perhaps an ICL was imperative to the outcome of your custody dispute? Tell us about your experience with an ICL at http://www.familylawexpress.com.au/family-law-pulse/.
Next » Misleading Research Depriving Toddlers of Fathering Time
Published on July 7, 2014
Have you heard that children under the age of four should live primarily, or exclusively, with their mothers after their parents separate because too much “overnighting” in their father’s care creates a host of problems—especially for infants? Have you read that babies and toddlers who frequ...
Australians Overwhelmingly Support Shared Parenting
On average, 80% to 90% of Australian believe that there should be a legislated presumption of 50/50 shared child custody parenting, in the event of separation.
Review the many polls that show the HUGE silent majority of Australians that support shared parenting in child custody arrangements.