WHAT IS THE FAMILY LAW PATHWAYS NETWORK?

Family Law pathways Networks are an initiative of the Australian Government Attorney Generals Department, established in response to the need for improved coordination within the family law system. Separating families often face a range of problems and need both legal and non- legal advice and support.

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About us

Family Law pathways Networks are an initiative of the Australian Government Attorney Generals Department, established in response to the need for improved coordination within the family law system. Separating families often face a range of problems and need both legal and non- legal advice and support.

 WE AIM TO;

  • Provide access to relevant training and resources that will contribute to best practice in the Family Law System.
  • Improve coordination between organisations operating within the Family Law System.
  • Cultivate a shared understanding of professional roles within the sector.

What we do:

  • Collaborative training activities and conferences
  • Clearing house for information on services offered across the sector
  • Quarterly¬† E- Newsletter
  • Networking opportunities

BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATION

  • Access to the latest information about services offered by other network providers.
  • Gain an understanding of programs, services, aims and approaches within the sector.
  • Hear expert opinions on the latest research and developments in family law.
  • Learn about the latest collaborative projects and news in family law.
  • Meet other service providers in person and develop professional contacts.
  • Take part in professional development and training activities.
  • Understand the perspectives of practioners working in the different areas of family law including support services.¬†

MEMBERSHIP

Membership is free for anyone who wishes to join and is relevant to all professional working with separating families in the Family Law System. Stakeholders involved may include but are not limited to:

  • Family Court
  • Federal Magistrates Court
  • Family Lawyers
  • Community Legal Aid Centres
  • Legal Aid
  • Family Relationship Service Providers
  • Family mediators
  • Counsellors

  • Family Violence Services
  • Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Support Services
  • Aboriginal Support Services
  • Family Support Services
  • Foster Care Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Drug and Alcohol Services
  • Health Sector

  • Federal Department of Human Services
  • Family and Community Services
  • Aged, Home Care and Disability Services
  • Services for Grandparents
  • University Staff/Academics

Contact

Coffs Harbour

24 Park Ave, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Phone: 6659 4117
Fax: 6659 4110
Mob: 0438 115 758
Email: coffsharbour@flpn.com.au

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Lower Mid North Coast

146 Victoria Street, Taree, NSW, 2430
Phone: 6551 1200
Fax: 6551 1210
Email: lmnc@flpn.com.au

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Greater Sydney

383 Port Hacking Rd, Caringbah NSW 2229
Phone: 8522 4412
Fax: 8522 4410
Email: greatersydney@flpn.com.au

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Northern Rivers

5 Market Street Lismore, NSW 2480
Phone: 6623 2759
Fax: 6623 2760
Email: northernrivers@flpn.com.au

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Greater Newcastle

495 Hunter Street Newcastle NSW 2300
Phone: 4016 0574
Fax: 4016 0567
Email: newcastle@flpn.com.au

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