Long term supervision parenting orders

In a recent appeal about a long term supervision order about the time that three children spent with their father, Bertros & Bertros the Full Court of the Family Court of Australia upheld a final parenting order that provided for:

  1. Sole parental responsibility to the Mother.
  2. The children live with the Mother.
  3. The children spend supervised time with the Father every second month at a professional supervised contact centre.
  4. The Father can communicate with the children three times a year with letters and gifts.
  5. The Father is restrained from approaching the children, including at their school.
  6. Liberty to the Father to make a fresh application about the lifting of supervision if he undertook regular and consistent therapy with a child and family therapist for at least 2 years.

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