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CSA and non existence of a parenting agreement??

Hi All,

Here are the orders which the court made as I could not continue paying $$$ to my solicitor, she had Legal Aid went for everything and now I cannot get even any free advice as I earn an income and Legal Aid wont give me free advice as they represented her, please can someone provide some guidance or advice as i am totally confused and going out of my mind!!!  

1. The children live with the mother.

2. The mother be permitted to apply for and renew passports for the children without the consent or signature of the father.

3. The mother be permitted to travel overseas with the children without the consent or signature of the father.

4. The mother be permitted to do all things necessary and execute all documents necessary to change the childrens surnames from Married name to Mothers Maiden without the consent or signature of the father.

5. Pursuant to s.65DA(2) and s.62B, the particulars of the obligations these orders create and the particulars of the consequences that may follow if a person contravenes these orders and details of who can assist parties adjust to and comply with an order are set out in the Fact Sheet attached hereto and these particulars are included in these orders.


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halo_dad said
Hi All,

Here are the orders which the court made as I could not continue paying $$$ to my solicitor, she had Legal Aid went for everything and now I cannot get even any free advice as I earn an income and Legal Aid wont give me free advice as they represented her, please can someone provide some guidance or advice as i am totally confused and going out of my mind!!!
1. The children live with the mother.

2. The mother be permitted to apply for and renew passports for the children without the consent or signature of the father.

3. The mother be permitted to travel overseas with the children without the consent or signature of the father.

4. The mother be permitted to do all things necessary and execute all documents necessary to change the childrens surnames from Married name to Mothers Maiden without the consent or signature of the father.

5. Pursuant to s.65DA(2) and s.62B, the particulars of the obligations these orders create and the particulars of the consequences that may follow if a person contravenes these orders and details of who can assist parties adjust to and comply with an order are set out in the Fact Sheet attached hereto and these particulars are included in these orders.

 
  halo_dad I am not sure why you posted this in the CSA area.

Those orders appear to be part of a nasty dispute between you and the ex. Order no 4 is a very rare order, in name disputes the Courts will generally hyphenate names.

If you want guidance or advice I suggest you go to the sites Family Law areas. You may also like to visit SRL Resources area in the Community section as they provide a couple of direct email addresses and a telephone number.
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