Information about the key stages in court proceedings, what orders the court can make, and why a child or young person may be removed from their parent's care.
The Children’s Court may appoint a legal representative to act for a child or young person in care and protection matters.
Read about the key stages in Children's Court proceedings for care and protection cases, including information about first mention, adjournment, interim orders, final orders, stay of proceedings and more.
An explanation of the different final orders the Children's Court can make to ensure the safety, welfare and wellbeing of a child or young person.
We want children to remain safely in their family's care but this may not always be possible. Here are the reasons why some children may be removed.