Initially, when the mother sought to have the Parenting Orders changed, she was unsuccessful. However, upon appeal, the court found that this change in circumstances was significant enough to warrant a new Parenting Order.
What factors will the court consider in determining if I can amend my existing Parenting Orders? | Family Lawyers Brisbane
So, what circumstances will warrant a change to Parenting Orders? There is an important rule which the courts will apply when determining if your circumstances are sufficient to justify a change to your Parenting Orders. This rule is found in the case of Rice & Asplund.
This case established that there must be a significant change in circumstances since the Parenting Order was first made. As the case of Searson & Season demonstrated, this may be a relocation of a parent that would substantially affect the existing Parenting Orders.
It is important that the change is significant and cannot be something that should have been raised or foreseen when the orders were first made.
I think I might have a case for my Parenting Orders to be varied, what now? | Brisbane Family Lawyers
If you think you might have a case for your Parenting Orders to be varied or you want tailored information in relation to your circumstances, then you should get in touch with LGM Family Law. Our team of Brisbane family lawyers offer experience and dedication. We will work with you to achieve the best possible outcome available in your circumstances.
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