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Our family lawyers are experienced in:
- Domestic Violence
- Parenting Orders
- Pre-nupital agreements
- all other Family law issues.
Northern Territory Magistrates Court:
Darwin, NT 0800
Stepparent adoption is the process by which a stepparent becomes the legal parent of their spouse’s or de-facto partner’s child. Before a court considers an application for adoption of a child by a stepparent, the Family Court of Australia must first give its approval for the adoption to proceed (section 60G Family Law Act 1975). Adoption…
Family Law Arbitration
Family law matters can be time-consuming as well as expensive to litigate. The wait time for a court to determine a family law matter on a final basis can be over two years from when the Initiating Application is filed. In order to resolve matters efficiently, parties should consider alternative dispute resolution mechanisms such as…
Location Orders and Recovery Orders
If one parent prevents the other parent from having contact with the child or children, it may be necessary to make an application for a recovery order and/or a location order. Location Orders and Recovery Orders are governed by Sections 67J and 67Q of the Family Law Act 1975 and address circumstances where a person is prevented…
Family Law Orders Made Overseas
The Federal Circuit Court of Australia and the Family Court of Australia jointly make up the Australian Family Law Courts. The two courts deal with a range of matters, including care of children, divorce and property settlement. Both courts operate under the same Commonwealth legislation, the Family Law Act 1975. It’s not uncommon for adults…