Australia’s family law system must be overhauled to ensure children have a say in the decisions that affect them, a Senate inquiry has been told. The probe has also heard current arrangements leave children open to being misinformed or “played” by their parents in custody and access cases. National Children’s Commissioner Megan Mitchell says there is no obligation to engage children or hear their views, but that a judge may choose to do so.
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