I’m having relationship problems. Where can I go for help?
Sometimes counselling can help you and other people work things out.
My partner and I are separating. What do I need to know?
There are no legal steps you have to take to separate. You will need to work out what to do about property, debts and children. Family dispute resolution (mediation) can help.
How do I work out arrangements for my kids after separation?
If you separate and don’t agree about what will happen with your kids, the law says it is good to go to family dispute resolution (FDR).
I want custody of my children
When two parents can't agree about who the children live with and who the children spent time with, a family law judge will decide.
I am a Grandparent looking after my grandchild. What are my rights?
Sometimes grandparents might look after grandchildren for a long period of time.
Centrelink said I have to get Child Support from the mother/father or they will stop my money. Can they do this?
The law says both parents of a child must give money to support the child.
I am on a visa and my partner is violent. What can I do?
If your partner was violent to you and you left, you may be able to stay in Australia.