CONSENT ORDERS

 

When can Consent Orders be used

 

You can make an Application for Consent Orders if you have both reached agreement about (any or all of):

  • Parenting issues;
  • Property Settlement;
  • Spousal Maintenance.

You cannot apply for Consent Orders about:

  • Child Support and Maintenance;
  • Whether or not a De Facto relationship exists;
  • Medical procedures;
  • A parenting order in favour of a person who is not a parent, grandparent or other relative under Section 65G of the Family Law Act;
  • Orders under cross vesting laws.

 

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