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  • The new handbook from the Attorney-General’s Department, Parenting orders – what you need to know, is a useful resource for both clients and practitioners alike.
  • It is easy to read and understand and contains 59 useful precedent orders.
  • If taken up nationally it will assist in standardising the language used in parenting orders.

At the 17th Biennial National Family Law Conference in Melbourne in October 2016, the Commonwealth Attorney-General announced as part of his State of the Nation address to delegates the publication of a handbook by his Department entitled Parenting Orders – what you need to know.

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