BY CONSENT VARIATION OF FAMILY COURT ORDER – $1500
You would need to apply to the Family Court to vary a previous final court order relating to ancillary issues if you are unhappy with it. A variation to a family court order usually relates to maintenance, children custody and children access.
If the variation is contested, you would need to show there has been a material change in circumstances. There may be several affidavits filed and several mediation sessions. It may take at least 6 months before an application for variation is heard.
BY CONSENT VARIATION ORDERS
If you and your ex-spouse are both agreeable to a variation order, the application is relatively more straightforward, and you can obtain your consent variation in about 1 to 2 months.
PKWA LAW’S FEES FOR A VARIATION ORDER
- If contested – please get in touch with us for a free consultation.
- If uncontested (both parties agree) – $1500.