Month: July 2011

50/50 Parenting

Legislation before the Senate now may take some of the heat out of tragic confusion over shared, or ‘equal time parenting’, and the role of violence in Family Law decision making. Research shows children of high conflict families, forced into equal time, are suffering. Reporter Brendan King. [button]Listen to the interview and view transcript[/button]

Claims Japan consulate helps abduct Australian children

The Australian Government says it is committed to doing everything it can to return children who have been wrongfully taken from Australia. The issue has recently emerged as the group Australians with Abducted Children Japan, claims Japanese consulates in Australia are freely issuing new passports to a parent who wants to abduct their child. Australian …

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Surrogacy – A New Parenting Option

It is now legal in Queensland for women to serve as surrogates for another person or couple, provided they are not paid a premium for their services. Previously anyone who entered into a surrogacy arrangement was subject to a maximum three year period of imprisonment. [button]Continue reading[/button]