Looking For Assistance With Your Parenting Arrangements?

When there are children involved in a separation, it's tough on you and it's hard on your children, too. Nadine Love and  Dr John Cronin will ensure that you receive expert advice on your parenting arrangements so that your children are best protected from the potential impacts of your separation. If you're  thinking about the arrangements for care of your children after separation then you may be interested in knowing more about:

If you’d like to learn more about how we can assist you, email admin@anumis.com.au or call on 07 5455 6347 right now for your complimentary consultation.

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How Anumis Legal Can Assist With Your Parenting Arrangements

We can assist you with your parenting disputes including:

Name changes

Stepparents’ rights

Grandparents’ rights

Applying for a divorce

Parenting arrangements

Surrogacy arrangements

Living arrangements for your children

Child support – how much is the correct amount

Whether your child or children can travel overseas

Relocation – if you or your former partner/ spouse moves away

How decisions are made between you and your former partner/ spouse

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Your Legal Dream Team: Ready to Advise, Mediate, Negotiate or Litigate for You

It doesn't get tougher than making decisions for care arrangements for your children, does it? Our family law experts will assist you to consider your children's needs and stages of development until they reach 18 years old.  When you need astute, experienced understanding and reliable, wise counsel Anumis Legal is here for you and for your children. We combine compassionate client care with practical legal strategies ensuring you feel supported every step of the way.

Anumis Legal provides you with the attentive, proactive, responsive legal representation, pursuing your interests in any forum, from mediation and negotiation to litigation if required.

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Understand Your Options

Parenting Arrangements fall under one of these three categories. It’s important to understand the difference between them before deciding on the right choice for your situation. Click the boxes below to learn more.

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What Should You Consider When Making Parenting Arrangements?

Travel arrangements

Who the child or children live(s) with

Communication between the parents / parties

Child maintenance for children who are not covered by the Child Support (Assessment) Act 1989.

Aspects of parental responsibility such as: day-to-day care, development and welfare of the child or children, education, religion, sport, extra-mural activities.

Who the child or children may spent time with (This is usually the parent they do not live with, or someone else who is significant in their life, such as a grand-parent. This time can be spent either face-to-face, or by phone, FaceTime, Skype, zoom, email or letters)

If you want to know more about Parenting Orders, here is a link to a helpful brochure.

For Your Complimentary Chat

Book an appointment so that we can advise you on your options regarding your Family Law needs, call Dr John or Nadine Love on 07 5455 6347 to book your complimentary chat, now.

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What’s the difference between Consent Orders & Parenting Agreements?

The main difference between Parenting Agreements and Consent Orders is that you do not need to go to court if you and another relevant person, often the other parent of your child or children, have come to an agreement about the arrangements for your child or children.

It is very important that you formally document your parenting arrangements in an agreement about the arrangements for your child or children so that you are clear that you each fully understand what you have agreed. When you put your agreement for care of your children in writing, this assists to avoid disputes or misunderstandings in the future. Under the Family Law Act 1975, you can document your agreement either as a parenting plan or as Consent Orders.

Unlike a Parenting Plan, Consent orders are enforceable. Even though they are made by agreement, and they can be made without a hearing, Consent Orders are still orders of the Court. Consent Orders can be used to change or discharge existing family law orders.

Parenting Orders by Consent are orders made by a Court about children, under Part VII of the Family Law Act 1975. They are orders that you and the other relevant person, usually the other parent of your child or children, agree on. Consent means agree.

When the Court makes Parenting Orders, both parties to the order must abide by the Orders. Breaching an order can have serious consequences. Once final consent orders have been made, there are only a few circumstances in which they can be changed.

We advise that you seek legal advice before you enter into Consent Orders. For information about filing requirements and a step-by-step guide to applying for consent orders go to How do I apply for Consent Orders?

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Parenting Arrangements For Babies & Toddlers

When you separate, there are so many different factors that come into play when you are faced with figuring out the best arrangements for your child or children. It can be especially daunting to come up with arrangements for your baby or your toddler.

Here are some of the factors you can consider:

  1. Which parent your child has a primary attachment to.
  2. Whether your child is breastfeeding.
  3. What type of relationship you have with the other parent.
  4. What type of routine your child needs to thrive and which parent is best placed to continue or establish a healthy routine.
  5. Any specific health or other needs your child has.

If you would like to know more, and you want to understand where to look for the regulations around parenting arrangements for younger children, then feel free to read our blog on Parenting Arrangements for the 0-4 Year Age Group.

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We Can Help You With Mutually Beneficial Parenting Arrangements

If you are considering separating, or you have separated and you have a child or children to consider, then it is especially important that you get the right advice and support to make the very best decisions for your family, in your circumstances.

Talk to our calm, considerate and experienced Family Law Dream Team to help you to nut out the most practical, workable solutions for you and your child or children. We appreciate that coming up with a parenting plan or Consent Orders that reflect your needs and the best interests of your child or children can be complex.

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Our Anumis Legal Family Law Team

We will explain your rights, answer your questions and help you to move forward with parenting arrangements that suit your family's unique needs. Call Nadine Love or Dr John Cronin on 07 5455 6347 or email admin@anumis.com.au for your complimentary chat with our Noosa Marina Family Lawyers!

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Meet Our Legal Team

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Dr John Cronin

Dr John Cronin holds a Master’s Degree in Business Management, a PHD in socially responsible investment, and is pursuing a further PHD in superannuation law. In his earlier engineering career, he led numerous large-scale equipment design and infrastructure development projects. A former financial and investment advisor, Dr John has a wealth of experience across banking, finance, and investment.

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Nadine Love

Nadine Love specialises in Family Law from the perspective that legal processes can and must promote wellbeing. Therapeutic Jurisprudence informs her compassionate, practical, respectful provision of legal services. In her pre-law career, Nadine devoted decades to working with groups and individuals as a therapist, mentor, trainer, and author to assist her clients to find clarity, confidence, and voice. Nadine holds a Master of Arts in Dramatherapy. In 2020, Nadine was awarded the NSW Bar Association Prize for Civil Litigation and Evidence.

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