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Changing Final Parenting Orders and the rule in Rice v Asplund (1979) Final Parenting Orders are Orders that outline the arrangements for a child or children on a final basis. These Orders can be made by the Court after a hearing or by consent if the parties can agree on terms. But what happens if Orders made on a final basis are no longer appropriate? This was the issue that the Court was required to examined in the matter of Rice v Asplund (1979).

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