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CSA eNews for parents - December 2008

 Re-Styled Assessments, Departure Prohibition Orders, Supporting Same Sex separated Parents, Continuing child support when your child turns 18, Christmas closedown period, Single parents and child support study and what's in the next edition.

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Category: General

Judge blasts warring parents who squandered $500,000 on custody bat…

Judge blasts warring parents who squandered $500,000 on custody battle

michele-mandel
BY TORONTO SUN

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Category: Courts

Parents kept from children get new hope

Parents illegally kept away from their children by aggrieved former partners would have a new government agency to turn to for help under recommendations by the Family Law Council. The council, the Federal Government's advisory body on family law matters, has called for the establishment of a Child Orders Enforcement Agency, along similar lines to the Child Support Agency. The agency would respond to complaints from aggrieved parents denied court-ordered access to their children, determine whether the other parent had shown "serious disregard" for the court orders, and help institute legal action in the Family Court to ensure compliance.

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Category: Courts

Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) Request for Candidate…

The forthcoming Federal Election will be held on Saturday, 24 November 2007. The Election is one of the few avenues where we can show the major political parties that family law issues are important. Would you consider either? 1. Providing a donation to the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) 's election fund? (donations are tax deductible up to $1500.00) 2. Running as a candidate for the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting)? A candidate's election costs are tax deductible. (You need to be an Australian citizen. However you cannot be an employee of the Commonwealth Government at the time of the Election). or 3. Giving out "how-to-vote" cards on the day of the Election. Our target is to run, at least, two (2) candidates for the Senate in the each of the six (6) States and the two (2) Territories. We also aim to run candidates for the House of Representatives.

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Category: General

Electoral Commission Accepts Non-Custodial Parents (Equal Parenting…

All the Candidates nonimated by the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) have been formally accepted by the federal Electoral Commission. MEDIA RELEASE Federal Election 2007 - Finally a Voice for Kids and Parents.The N-CPP(EP) has 10 candidates accepted for the elections of 24th November. The N-CPP(EP) is the party for all Australians wanting a better Society, especially for future generations via our Children. Our policies are based on: - Equal Parenting - Fairer Courts and better child support.

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Category: General

South Australian MP wants Family Court lie detector tests

A South Australian MP has called for compulsory lie detector tests for parents facing the Family Law Court.
South Australian independent MP Ann Bressington was attending a Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission conference and said
The Federal Government must intervene and rewrite the law, just as it is acting to protect indigenous children in the Northern Territory.

Current family law is a divisive "cash cow" that harms those it aims to protect children.

My main focus is on drug and alcohol issues but through this I have experienced first hand the difficulties people faced with family law.On top of the dysfunctional family law system we have a corrupted child protection agency. We have children being coerced in interviews to support false allegations. It's a feeding ground, it's a cash cow, people are literally striped of any assets and use it (the court) against one another.

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Category: Courts

Shared Parenting - The best outcome for children - Family First policy

Senator Steve Fielding is a member who needs to be re-elected.

The Family Court is not a good place for Australia's children. In almost 98 per cent of cases, a child will effectively lose one of their parents after a Family Court decision, creating a stolen generation of children. Old pre 2006 statistics showed only two and a half per cent of Family Court orders allow children to have equal time with both parents, after a relationship breakdown. Read The Family First Media release to gain a better insight into Family First policy.

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Category: Press Releases

Kids want to sack Mum in divorce case

Justice Peter Murphy has slammed two sisters for "holding a gun" to the head of the court - and the heads of their parents - in a bizarre custody case. He spoke after the teenagers took their case to the Family Court, in a bid to leave their mother to live with their wealthy father on the Gold Coast. The girls, aged 14 and 15, have been brought up almost solely by their mum since their parents split up 10 years ago. It is an unusual case that is being closely watched by family law experts as the court has to weigh up the wishes of the children with what is in their best interests. While the case has yet to be heard in full, the judge said that in the interim the sisters had to go home to their mother while still being able to see their father.

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Category: Judgements

Divorce rates higher when child has ADHD

Parents of children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be more likely than other parents to divorce before their child's 8th birthday, a new study suggests. The study included nearly 500 couples - 286 had a child with ADHD and 206 had a child without this condition. The researchers found that couples with a child with ADHD were almost twice as likely to divorce before their child turned 8 years old. After that age, however, divorce rates were similar in both groups of parents.

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Category: General

Court takes child off mother and reverses lives with parent status

Selfish separated parents who try to stop their children having a relationship with their former partners are having the kids taken off them by courts. A judge recently took the drastic step of ordering that a girl, eight, who had lived with her mother since her parents separated when she was 13 months, instead live with her father.

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Category: Courts

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