Family law legislation dictates that a court’s paramount consideration should be the best interests of a child, and there are numerous factors that a court will take into account in making such determinations. But, in parenting disputes, what happens if the parents cannot agree on the religious upbringing of a child? Can a court determine which parent’s faith should be prioritised, and what religion should be seen as offering a better environmental, cultural or lifestyle pathway for a child?
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