Case Study #1
Jim separated from his wife Amy about a year ago. They have 2 kids together. Amy had some trouble accepting the separation and unfortunately prevented Jim from seeing the kids. Jim didn’t want custody of the kids – he just wanted to see them regularly and remain involved in the day to day routine and activities. Jim tried mediation but Amy wouldn’t budge.
We assisted Jim by commencing a court case in the family law courts seeking orders for Jim to see his children regularly. Jim now sees his two children every second weekend from Friday after school and drops the kids to school on Monday morning. Jim also has dinner with the kids on Wednesdays and looks after the youngest child on his RDOs.
Case Study #2
We helped Jenny formalise the agreement she had reached with her ex-partner Abdul regarding care arrangements for their three kids. The parties had been separated for 6 months and had a 50/50 week about arrangement in place for their two kids, Jasmine aged 10 and Oscar aged 8.
Jenny and Abdul lived close to each other, got along well and had flexible working arrangements. The agreement was formalised by way of consent order.
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