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By rnichols15 Author: Ruth A. S. Nichols, M.A., M.A., CFLE p Posted November 11th 2015, 7:38 PM
Have a voice in the US Family Court system?
Family Court is convened to hear matters involving children and families.
What happens when Family Court makes rulings that parents deem are not in the best interest of their child?
This is an opportunity to participate in a survey on parental experiences in Family Court.
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By The Age Posted November 15th 2008, 12:29 PM
I suspect my views on the obsession with putting children into child care might infuriate some mothers. I really can't remember a time when child care carried such a huge chunk of political and social sway. I'm mystified as to why the first thing many people seem to do once pregnant is to put the child's 'name' down at the local child-care centre. Why have children if you don't want to look after them?
By Secretary SPCA Posted November 10th 2014, 1:30 AM
Apprehended violence orders taken out to protect children from physical and sexual abuse have soared 76 per cent in the past year across NSW. NSW Police child abuse squad commander, Greig Newbery, says the dramatic increase is proof domestic violence often affects children, not just women in abusive relationships.
By Article Posted December 29th 2007, 1:53 PM
On October 23, he cleared out his bank accounts and the next day bought one-way tickets for himself and his child to Singapore. Two days later he collected his child from a child-care centre and by 9.30pm they were flying to Singapore. The next morning his wife received phone messages demanding she put $1.3 million into the husband's ANZ account. If this was not paid by November 6, or if the police were called, he told his wife she would not see her child for two years.
By Herald Sun Posted February 5th 2010, 1:43 PM
Prime minister Kevin Rudd has flagged year-end changes to Australia's child-support system, saying the present arrangements are causing many families angst. Mr Rudd today acknowledged that the system, which requires a non-custodial parent to make a financial contribution to the other parent for the care of their children, was a matter of "huge controversy".
By Courier Mail Qld Posted May 7th 2008, 9:20 PM
FATHERS in Queensland are the nation's worst offenders when it comes to shirking child-support payments. New data shows many parents, most of them fathers living in southeast Queensland, have turned their backs on their children. Child Support Agency statistics show parents at Broadbeach, Mermaid Beach and Palm Beach, on the Gold Coast, and Deception Bay, north of Brisbane, are the least likely to meet their child-support payments.
By The Australian Posted May 8th 2010, 11:47 AM
Mothers who do not have custody of their children and avoid paying child support to custodian fathers will be pursued by the CSA at the same rate as men, as new figures reveal 20.9 per cent, or 21,028 out of 100,762 female payers, have debts. The figures emerged after it was revealed that as the number of custodial fathers has risen, the government was still targeting only men for avoiding paying for their kids.
By Fathers and Families (http://www.fathersandfamilies.org) Posted September 15th 2012, 12:10 PM
In England, the anti-father forces are gathering for their fight against paternal involvement in childrens lives. This of course has been going on ever since the Cameron/Clegg government announced its intention to ignore the non-recommendations of its own commission that looked into the matter of child custody and, against all the odds, found everything regarding father-child access to be fine and dandy, thank you.
By NZPA Posted August 17th 2009, 1:28 PM
While parents know that raising children is a costly business, they may be surprised to find out that new estimates put the bill at NZ $250,000 per child. The calculation has been included in a draft study for NZ Inland Revenue and will be used in a Government review of the formula for determining child-support payments. The present system is calculated on a percentage of the liable parent's income. The review could look at ways of reflecting the income of a parent's new partner.
By Secretary SPCA Posted October 17th 2010, 9:08 PM
Companies will be forced to give fathers who request it flexible working hours so that they can play a greater role at home and in child-rearing. Minister for the Status of Women Kate Ellis is set to launch a major campaign to change workplace equality laws and social attitudes to enable more men to share the parenting responsibility. Under the proposed amendments to the Sex Discrimination Act, companies will be forced to give working fathers more flexible hours so they can take greater responsibility for child care.
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