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how to change particulars on a court agreement?

Husband and the ex have an court agreement since 1999 it has not been followed through with as the younger child did not want to visit.

Now it has come to light that the daughter at 14yrs old is wanting to have a relationship with her father . All we need to have changed on the orders is the address as we no longer reside there. Also for the daughter to be taken to Newcastle airport to fly an hour to Brisbane  .

I was reading your parenting plans and constent forums, is that all we have to do take it to the court? We can not afford to go to a lawyer if it becomes too costly.

As we think  the ex will continue her lies and keep her from him.
Sorry but I'm a little unclear on something.  Are you saying that there have been Court orders in place for 10 years now and in all that time the father has not seen his daughter?

I can't offer you any legal advice or advice in general about changing the Orders to include "travel" (I'm not a lawyer and there are people on this site who are better equip to offer you some better information about that), but if it is not the Orders themselves that need to be changed except for "how" the child would travel to facilitate the Court Ordered contacts with the father, it not possible to reach some form of agreement with the mother about how this might work?  Perhaps try mediation first?

"Never, "for the sake of peace and quiet," deny your own experience or convictions". Dag Hammarskjold
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yes crazy world that is correct its been 8 yrs since they have had contact . But through face book they are communicating . This is what the daughter would very much like . The mother has lied and kept them from communicating . Have contacted family relationship and be given the mediation number for hubby to register for mediation bewteen the parents. Hopefully its all not too late . :)
It is never too late where a child and a parent having a relationship are concerned :)

If the mother refuses mediation or is not willing to negotiate through mediation then Court might be the only alternative, but if that is the only way that your husband can finally see the daughter he has missed out on for so long and visa vera, then so be it!!

Long overdue!!

Good Luck :)

"Never, "for the sake of peace and quiet," deny your own experience or convictions". Dag Hammarskjold
I needed help with my case and couldn't afford a lawyer and found these guys invaluable  srl-resources.org
Yes it is . Thanks . We wont stop this time.
Acep74, now that you've initiated the attempt to have the court orders enforced, you should contact the CSA, ask for the specialised care team and you may be able to get CS as per the court orders, by the way of what I think the CSA term an interim care order.
acep74 said
Yes it is . Thanks . We wont stop this time.
Just a thought,
My Daughter was 12 when she defied the family court and "walked" out of the orders
Is Your child 14?
Even though a child is deemed a child until it reaches 18, it would be a game or careless Judicial Officer that makes orders contrary to a 14+ child's wishes.

hey mike the orders only equal to 42 or 49 nights a year so i dont know whether cs would even be intrested . And at the moment i think the daughter is still very nervous after such a long peroid .  Hopefully after some more contact via phone , letters or what ever means we will come to visitation.  But it all comes down to the mother letting this happen?
acep74 said
hey mike the orders only equal to 42 or 49 nights a year so i dont know whether cs would even be intrested . And at the moment i think the daughter is still very nervous after such a long peroid .  Hopefully after some more contact via phone , letters or what ever means we will come to visitation.  But it all comes down to the mother letting this happen?
 
I would forget the CSA and concentrate on building up the contact slowly. Please go at the daughter's pace.

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Acep74, if it amounts to less than 52 nights or 14% then the CS wouldn't change.
yeah no worries i knew that , wasn't really worried about cs at the moment just want to focus on the child and having some kind of access happening . Hubby on the phone organising some mediatation hopefully.  :thumbs:
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