Parenting agreements & disputes

PARENTING AGREEMENTS & DISPUTES

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Whatever your needs in relation to children and parenting issues, we can provide a solution, whether you’re looking at mediation, discussing matters with your former partner or considering an approach to the Court.

There are numerous significant issues to consider when making decisions in the best interests of your children. These require the advice of a specialist family law practitioner.

We can assist in preparing and advising on agreements about arrangements for your children reached between you and your former partner, including issues such as where children will live, when, and for how long they’ll be with each parent.

If you cannot make those agreements yourselves, we can assist you by negotiating or mediating any disputes, or if required, represent you in Court.

We also provide specialist representation for children on family law matters.

Tiyce & Lawyers can advise how the law applies to your family circumstances and the likely outcome of any dispute, providing some reassurance during a stressful time.

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To schedule a consultation, call 1300 084 923 or use the confidential form on this page.

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