Children

Enforcement of Orders

Unfortunately, even where agreements have been reached or Family Court orders made, it can be necessary to take steps to enforce an agreement where one party does not comply with the terms of the agreement or the terms of an order.


The Family Court and Federal Circuit Court have significant powers to enforce its orders.
If this affects you, you should make enquiries as to the range of options available to you.
Kelly & McHale Family Lawyers can assist in advising of the options available to enforce orders.

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Child Relocation

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Property

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Mediation

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Parenting Arrangements

After the breakdown of a relationship involving children (whether a marriage, de facto or same sex relationship) it will be necessary to consider the appropriate arrangements for the ongoing care of the children. Read More...