This is an actual family law affidavit as presented to the Federal Magistrates Court by the applicant father. All personalised information, including relevant names, addresses and other personal information have been removed.
This affidavit was prepared by the said father, with the help of his solicitor, and is inclusive of the orders that the father sought the Court to make.
Family Law Express make no representation about the outcome of this affidavit, but we do ask the reader to look closely at the information contained, the brevity of the document, the information the affidavit chose to highlight.
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Categories: Affidavit - Parenting
Tags: affidavit, Child Custody, father, Federal Magistrates Court, Shared Parenting