CFRC sessions focus on children. They also assist divorcing couples communicate effectively to reach agreements in relation to the needs of their children, and also resolve property and maintenance issues.
When making a parenting order, the family court regards the best interests and welfare of the child as the most important consideration. Parents are encouraged to use this principle when making parenting plans.
The Collaborative Divorce Process avoids the traditional adversarial process of going to court. It puts you and your spouse in charge of all decision-making, allowing you to determine the most fair and appropriate solutions for you and your loved ones.
Before deciding to divorce, one needs to weigh their options carefully. Every family is different, and so are the circumstances in every divorce. This brochure will inform you about the divorce process options to take into consideration before proceeding with your divorce.
Personal protection Orders are orders of the court which stop a family member from committing violence against another family member. It is a criminal offence to breach a protection order and the perpetrator may be charged by the police.