Do you need assistance with the preparation of responding documents to Hague Convention applications seeking the return of children from Australia?
If you have brought your children to Australia and have received court documents seeking the return of your children to an overseas country or you think that you will receive such documents in the future, we may be able to assist you.
We offer a specialised, fixed fee service providing assistance with the preparation of responding documents to Hague Convention applications seeking the return of children from Australia.
If your matter is listed in the Sydney Registry of the Family Court we can also provide court representation up to and including the hearing.
This services aims to provide information and assistance in the preparation of documents for parents facing an application under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. The primary services we offer are advice in child abduction matters and the low cost preparation of Response documents for parents unable to access legal aid.
This service is provided Australia wide through email and telephone contact. In addition we provide representation for matters listed in the Newcastle, Sydney, Parramatta, Wollongong or Canberra registries of the Family Court.
We are also able to offer services in relation to non Hague Convention matters.
Please contact us to discuss your matter. An initial consultation of 30 minutes is offered free of charge.
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International Social Service, Australia has used the services of Hague Convention Legal Practice (HCLP) in the past and continue to make referrals to (HCLP). Ms Saladino has significant experience with international parental child abduction law. We have been very happy with the quality of Ms Saladino’s service to clients. Ms Saladino understands how difficult it can be for parents involved in these family disputes and works closely with clients to provide clear and realistic legal advice to parents who find themselves in these situations. As the Managing Lawyer at International Social Service, Australia I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Ms Saladino at HCLP’s services.