Family law parenting orders: survey participants wanted

Parents and carers with parenting orders from the family law courts are invited to take part in a survey.

The Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) has been commissioned by Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) to undertake research in relation to compliance with and enforcment of family law parenting orders.

The research seeks to understand whether parents comply with parenting orders, how the enforcement process in the Family Law Act operates, and how well it works. The research will involve multiple studies, including a survey of parents and carers.

The purpose of the survey of parents is to understand compliance with family law parenting orders from the perspective of parents and, in particular, the things that help and hinder compliance.

The survey is open to parents or carers who have had family law parenting orders made in the past 5 years. If this applies to you, you are invited to participate.

You can also help by sharing the survey link  with your networks and/or client base. The survey will close on 30 August 2021.

To participate, and for further information, see the participant information sheet and survey.

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