(2) Subject to subsection (3), a court must not make a parenting order in relation to a child unless:
(a) the parties to the proceedings have attended family counselling to discuss the matter to which the proceedings relate; or
(b) the court is satisfied that there is an urgent need for the parenting order, or there is some other special circumstance (such as family violence), that makes it appropriate to make the order even though the parties to the proceedings have not attended a conference as mentioned in paragraph (a); or
(c) the court is satisfied that it is not practicable to require the parties to the proceedings to attend a conference as mentioned in paragraph (a).
(3) Subsection (2) does not apply to the making of a parenting order if:
(a) it is made with the consent of all the parties to the proceedings; or
(b) it is an order until further order.