The Children's Contact Service makes it possible for contact arrangements to take place with a minimum of stress both for children and their parents.
Family Dispute resolution (FDR), often referred to as Mediation, can assist with negotiating matters relating to children, property (Property Settlement Mediation) and workplace issues.
A culturally adapted version of the Parenting Separately Program for Aboriginal communities.
A specialist service to help Tasmanian business and community organisations address the personal support and professional development needs of management and staff.
Family Law Pathways Networks is a networking program for professionals working with families who are separating, or have separated.
Family Relationship Centres provide information and referrals for families at any stage of their relationships, as well as individual and joint Family Dispute Resolution sessions for separating or separated families
Parenting Separately aims to identify and develop useful strategies to deal with difficult situations, and help each parent communicate more effectively with the other.
Reaching a property settlement after separation can bring relief and independence. Mediation can help you resolve settlement together.
Counselling support for families who need help negotiating complex issues related to ageing.
Child Inclusive Mediation provides a safe way of communicating your child’s feelings to assist in decision-making after changes to the family situation.