Seeking advice from a child support lawyer in the midst of a global pandemic can add another layer of complexity to your legal proceedings. Medical developments remain ongoing as awareness of health advice heightens. As a result, it is difficult to navigate what actions are mandatory or optional. A particular area of uncertainty surrounds the vaccination status of children between the ages of five to eleven.
A recent decision passed in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia explores this issue. As well as the relationship between law-making and law-enforcing authorities. A child support lawyer can inform you of Australia’s powers and their separation into three arms. More importantly each is a distinct authority tasked with specific roles; therefore they cannot influence one another. For example, parliament has the power to make and change laws. Whereas, the judiciary (the courts) is responsible for passing judgments on the law.