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Changing existing parenting orders Posted on April 21, 2012, by

As circumstances change, the needs of children often change and previous parenting orders are no longer relevant or need to be varied to take into account the changes in circumstances.

Before proceeding with an application for variation, the applicant needs to be aware of the real risk of achieving a worse arrangement than is currently in place and the costs associated with litigating.

Please contact our office to discuss your situation.

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Lawyer & Registered Migration Agent (MRN 1385837) Our Principal, Rajesh Saharan was admitted in NSW in 1999. He has practised in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and Western Australia. When he was working with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Legal Service ( Qld South) LTD , they were so impressed with his quality of work that he was awarded β€“β€œLawyer of the Year 2007”.

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