Parenting orders, particularly those establishing the parent with whom a child lives, are supposed to be enduring and reliable so that everyone can get on with their lives. People shouldn’t be allowed to create misery in the other party with endless amendment applications. And yet sometimes life changes, and the orders need to change too. Rice & Asplund gives us the threshold test for when the court can consider new orders.
YouTube quite properly asks all content producers to be careful in our depictions of children online. The children in this video are all royalty-free stock images from pixabay.com. I have also made a clear effort to include equal numbers of children with mothers, and with fathers.