Parental Responsibility- What decisions can I make about my child after I separate and who decides what those decisions are?

Parents, during relationships, tend to make decisions about their children together. This will also commonly continue after parties separate but many family law parenting disputes are about how such decision-making powers should be divided. The power to make decisions about a child is called Parental Responsibility. Parental Responsibility is given a wide definition in the […]
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Tougher Penalties for Assaults on Frontline Workers

The NSW Government has announced reforms designed to better protect frontline workers. People who assault frontline health workers, correctional and youth justice officers and emergency services staff and volunteers will face tougher penalties under new offences the government intends to legislate by the middle of this year. The government will implement all of the recommendations […]
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