- Children in Family Law Disputes
- Child Abuse or Family Violence
- DNA Testing
- Changing the Child’s Name
- Relocation or Taking a Child Overseas
- Kidnapping, Airport Watch List and Recovery Orders
- Property Issues
- Consent Orders
- Binding Financial Agreements
In the Family Law Act, section 69P sets out the circumstances where parentage is presumed. If the circumstances brought before the Court fall outside of this scope of presumption, the Court has the power to order a DNA test.
There is no penalty enforceable if the party fails to take a test, however the Court can draw inferences from the failure.