This online process creates an Application for Divorce for parties to a marriage who are eligible to apply for a dissolution of marriage. It does not determine issues between the parties of financial support, property distribution or arrangements for children - it simply recognises that the marriage has ended. To be eligible to apply for a dissolution of marriage: 1️⃣ The marriage must have broken down irretrievably and there must be no reasonable likelihood of cohabitation between the parties being resumed; 2️⃣ The parties must have separated and thereafter lived separately and apart for a continuous period for at least 12 months and 1 day [Parties to a marriage may be held to have separated lived separately & apart notwithstanding that: the cohabitation was brought to an end by the action or conduct of one only of the parties; and/or they have continued to reside in the same residence …]; and 3️⃣ At least one of the parties must meet the criteria for Australian citizenship or residence.
Information for all families - whether together or separated - about family relationship issues. Find out about a range of services to assist families to manage relationship issues, including helping families agree on arrangements for children after parents separate. An Australian Government Initiative.
This fact sheet is for people who need information on the procedures and requirements for Compulsory Family Dispute Resolution in family law proceedings. Changes have been made to the family law system to encourage parents to develop cooperative parenting solutions without going to court.
This brochure provides information for people considering applying to a court for parenting orders. It provides information about the pre-action procedures required before starting a case.
This brochure provides information for people considering applying to the Family Court for financial orders. In particular, it provides information about pre-action procedures required before starting a case.
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The Family Law Settlement Service (FLSS) is a mediation program, administered by the Law Society's Alternative Dispute Resolution department, suitable for financial or property disputes that are at the post-conciliation conference stage. Parenting matters are suitable for referral at any time and will be allocated to Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners (FDRPs).
The parties have agreed to engage in mediation with the Family Law Settlement Service administered by the Law Society of New South Wales and the New South Wales Bar Association in good faith in an endeavour to resolve outstanding financial and parenting (delete as appropriate) issues between them.
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Police and Family Law If you are concerned for the safety or welfare of a child, contact your State or Territory child welfare service, or your local police. If you have immediate concerns that a child is in danger or at risk of abduction, contact the police in your State or Territory on Triple Zero (000).
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Family Dispute Resolution is a process by which people who are in conflict can be supported to communicate with each other about what is important for them and how to make decisions relevant to resolving their dispute.
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Mediation for separating couples, including how mediation works and how to arrange it.
The Law Society provides purpose designed and appointed mediation, arbitration and meeting facilities in a private and secure environment. Located on Level 12 at 170 Phillip Street, the facilities offer superbly appointed rooms with adjoining party rooms. Please call (02) 9926 0279 for bookings, or use the online form at the bottom of this page.
An affidavit is a written statement of the facts of a case in your eyes. The person who is relying on the affidavit must confirm that the contents are true.