Have you had Consent Orders rejected by the Family Court?
Consent Orders rejected by the Family Court? We Can Help.
You are here because:
- You have had your Consent Orders rejected?
- Your have been advised to seek legal assistance before you re lodge the documents to the Family Court.
- You want your amended Consent Orders to be legally binding and enforceable.
- You want your fees to be fixed.
- You want your amended Consent Orders to be redrafted with 24Hrs.
Has the Family Court has had a look at your proposed Consent Orders and written back to you advising that they have not been approved . They may have done this for a number of reasons, some may include;
- Your orders are not written in a format that will be legally enforceable.
- Your Consent Orders may not contain suite contingency clauses.
- The registrar my consider that your Consent Orders are not ‘just and equitable.’
- Your orders may not be compliant with the Family Law act.
- Your superannuation orders have not followed the required procedure.