Coordinating services for separating families through collaboration between organisations operating within family law

The Family Law Pathways Network is an initiative of the Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department. There are over 30 Family Law Pathways Networks across Australia establishing coordinated networks of professionals working in the family law system.

The Family Law Pathways Network mandate is to:

  • Provide networking and collaborative opportunities for practitioners working in the family law and support services sector, and

  • Foster appropriate referral pathways for separating families caught in the system.

Separating families face a range of problems. They often need legal and non-legal advice or support. By encouraging professionals to work together, learn and share information, we aim to:

  • Dispel professional myths and break down barriers to collaboration.

  • Improve coordination between organisations operating in the family law system.

  • Cultivate a shared understanding of professional roles within the sector.

For more information on the Victorian Family Law Pathways Network closest to you please see the Networks tab.


New Family Court Merger Bill introduced in Parliament

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