The Court’s power to make consent orders is discretionary. You must satisfy the Court that the agreement you and your former partner propose is fair and equitable.
If you are seeking parenting orders, you must satisfy the Court that adequate arrangements are in place for the care and support of the children.
If you were a de facto couple, you must also satisfy the Family Court that:
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