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Parental plans – parental responsibilities and rights

Parental responsibilities and rights agreement

The ultimate objective of the Children’s Act is to protect the rights of children and ensure that they grow up within a safe, healthy environment and home. The Act also covers the rules and regulations surrounding adoption as well as parental responsibilities and rights that parents must fulfill towards the child.

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Parenting plan in terms of Children’s Act

A parenting plan becomes relevant when parents cannot reach an agreement on how they should be splitting their responsibilities towards their child/children. However, the High Court prefers having parents trying to establish a common ground first through mediation services or mutual understanding before resorting to the court.

The aim of mediation is to try and settle a dispute out of court and help the two parties establish an understanding regarding their children. In terms of the Children’s Act; it is aimed at preserving the child’s best interests and not that of the parent’s. It therefore encourages parents to fulfill their duties and responsibilities towards their children even after divorce.

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Parenting plan legal drafting services

Our Lawyer Pty Ltd are professional legal drafters of parenting plans and other essential legal documents. With years of experience in dealing with family law legal matters, we deliver professional legal drafting for your convenience.

A parenting plan can be drafted and tailored according to what both parents agree upon and what will be in the best interest of the child.

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