23 Jun Have You Experienced Difficulties Enforcing Your Parenting Orders?
Have you experienced difficulties trying to enforce your parenting orders? Have you had problems with an ex-partner who has repeatedly failed to comply with parenting Orders? Do you want to be able to provide feedback of your own experiences to assist with improving the enforcement of parenting Orders? If you do, here is an opportunity for you to take part in a survey that will confidentially store your voice to be heard as part of research into this area.
The Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) has been commissioned by Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) to undertake a project to enable better understanding of the family law enforcement regime and the factors that do and do not support compliance with parenting Orders.
If you have experienced difficulties with enforcing parenting orders, we strongly urge you to consider completing the attached survey: https://aifs.gov.au/projects/compliance-and-enforcement-family-law-parenting-orders. It will take about 20 to 30 minutes to complete.
As a Family Law Solicitor, I regularly see parents frustrated with the system because of a history of one parent simply not complying with Court Orders. I myself, will be taking part in the survey as a way to make sure that many of my clients’ experiences can be heard.
The only way that we can have any form of political change is if we are involved in the research that the Court will take note of when they evaluate their own services and consider how to improve their services.