Our political party is also known as “The Equal Parenting Party”.
(Please click Summary for an outline of our overall web-site).
1. Introduction.Family law and child support issues can consist of property and superannuation splitting, child access, child support payments, allegations of family violence and/or child abuse, parental alienation, relocation of children, forced removal of children by welfare authorities or some other similar issue.
Once having been involved in one or more of the above issues, most people will invariably ask themselves one (1) or two (2) of the following questions.
. 1. What was the cause of their unfair and inequitable result?
. 2. How can this system be fixed to prevent this problem from happening to other people, in the future?.
The answer can be found in the fact that the family law and child support problem is caused by an agenda.
This agenda is “equal pay for one gender“. The “less than equal” gender is normally the female gender (although it can be the male gender in some cases).
The process to achieve this aim of equality has become both unfair and unrealistic.
Our solution is quite simple – equal parenting and the capping of child support payments.
We want equal parenting as the starting point, after either divorce or separation. We also want a realistic cap on child support payments. This is to provide fairness and equality.
Therefore we need your support by either being a member (free) of our party and/or voting for our party at the next Federal Election.
2. The Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting).
The Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) is an Australian political party registered with the Australian Electoral Commission.
The party’s membership mainly consists of divorced and separated parents, their spouses and partners, grandparents, relatives, friends and anyone else who believes that children have a right to be cared for by both their parents.
Everyone is very welcome to join the Party – this is regardless of your marital or relationship status and regardless if you are have a different or same sex background. No questions are asked by us in that regard (nor should these questions on your marital background be asked by anyone).
All parents, spouses, partners grandparents, relatives, friends and any interested persons are encouraged to join our political party.
Our latest submission is the Submission to the Inquiry Into A Better Family Law System – 19 April 2017.
3. The 2017 AEC Review.
We were first registered as a political party with the AEC in 1998. Since then, we have successfully passed the last six (6) Australian Electoral Commission reviews that were carried out in 2003, 2007, 2010, 2012, 2015 and 2017..
4. Our Recommended Voting Preferences.
We would recommend that your second preferences go to the Pauline Hanson’s One Nation and Christian parties; then to the Nationals and the Liberals; then to the Labor Party and lastly to the Greens. However, of course, that decision would ultimately be your decision.
Please click onto Voting Preferences for details of these suggestions
5. Details of Previous Federal Elections.
You can view our history and the electoral results for the Federal Elections
- The details of the Federal Elections held in 2001, 2002 (By-Election), 2004, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016 can be found by clicking onto NCPP(EP) History and Elections Resuls.
- Also, similar details providing our history and the Federal Election results for the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) can be found on the Wikipedia web page located at Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting).
6. Our Aim and Objectives.
The aim of the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) is to:
a. Minimise government interference in decisions that affect separated families.
b. Maximise the initiative of individual parents to make those decisions.
The parents and the guardians of their children are the best people to determine what is the right thing to do for their children – not someone from either the Government or the Family Court.
The objectives of the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) are to:
- Change Family Law legislation, so that children have the right to see both parents and be involved with their children.
and at the same time
- Change Child Support legislation so that child support is fairer (for both parents*).
(* child support does not help either parents with the 43.8 per cent unemployment rate for payers of child support payers).
7. Our Policies.
Our policies and the legislative changes that we require can be found by clicking onto the items below marked in blue:-
- The NCPP(EP) Family Law and child Support Policies can be found at Family Law–Child Support Policy.
- Our Non-Family Law and Non-Child support policies can be found at Party Policies (non-Family Law). This link provides details of our policies other than those policies contained in our main Family Law–Child Support Policy
- The legislative changes need to be made to our current legislation. can be found at essential legislative changes Too often have we heard from our local Members of Parliament saying that they are looking at the issues (when in reality they are going to do nothing).
8. Submissions, Speeches, Photos and Media Interviews.
Our party has made numerous submissions, speeches, street protests and media interviews. These include the following:
- NCPP(EP) submissions to various Government and non-Government inquiries since 2003. Our latest submission is to the Family Law Unit of the Attorney-General’s Department on their Draft Cross-examination Bill. The party’s submission is dated 11 August 2017. As noted in our submission, if this bill is successful then it simply create extra work for the solicitors. This is without any benefit for justice.
- NCPP(EP) speeches at formal functions that we have attended as representatives of our party.
- NCPP(EP) photographs taken at our street protests.
- NCPP(EP) interviews with the media.
9. Membership Details.
(Note: Membership is completely free)..
- The NCPP(EP) membership can be also mailed to you. If required, please click onto Request a Membership Form
- If your details have changed since joining our party, you can download a NCPP(EP) “Change of Contact Details” form in either pdf format or MS Word format. This is to assist us in keeping our membership records up to date.
- Donations are gratefully accepted. Please click Donations for details
- Details of the Election Expenses for our candidates.
- Volunteers are always welcome. Please click Volunteers for details.
12. Typical Parenting Agreements and Plans.
- A Standard Joint Parenting Agreement.
- A Typical Parenting Plan (in pdf format).
- A Typical Parenting Plan (in word format).
13. Our Family Law Petition.
Please download and sign our ongoing Family Law Petition
John Flanagan, Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting), PO Box 57, THIRROUL. NSW. 2515.
14. Latest “Reddit” News
Details of the latest family law and child support news, both in Australia and overseas, can be viewed by clicking onto the “Reddit” image. This image is located on the right hand sidebar of this page.
15. Protest Meetings.
We held our first protest meeting in February 2008. Since then we have organised fifty two (52) protests.
Photos of these 52 protest meetings and some other protest meetings, that we have also attended, can be found by clicking the link:photographs.
16. Membership Forms – request by mail
You can download a copy of our membership form in either pdf format or MS Word format. Once completed you can then forward the completed membership application form to us by either mail, fax or email.
However, if you are unable to download this membership form, you can simply request us to send you a blank membership application form in the mail.. This is by filling in the following appropriate contact details below and by then clicking send. We will mail you a blank membership form so that you can fill in your details.
18. Meeting with the Elected Parliamentarians.
We often meet with the elected Parliamentarians to discuss family law and child support issues.
19. Our Contact Details.
The Party Secretary and Registered Officer,
PO Box 97, DOUGLAS PARK. NSW. 2569.
Phone: 02 4630 9072 and 0408 645 511
Fax 02 4630 8300
Deputy Registered Officer,
Address: PO Box 57, THIRROUL. NSW. 2515.
Phone no: 0415 899 574.
This web-site is authorised by John Flanagan, 202 Lawrence Hargrave Drive. THIRROUL. NSW. 2515. Mobile number 0415 899 574.
John Flanagan is the Deputy Registered Officer of the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) .