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Centres to focus on kids in break-ups

Filed under: Law & Courts — JohnPotter @ 5:06 pm Tue 20th July 2004

A national network of family relationship centres to help separating parents focus on the needs of their children has emerged as the [Australian] Federal Government’s preferred model in revamping the family law system.

Staffed by professional counsellors and mediators, they would help parents develop a post-separation parenting plan, give initial advice on Centrelink payments and child support, and provide referrals to other agencies.

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  1. How sick and disgusted I am when Police take over 12 months to provide the Lawyer, original evidence which they had in their posession 12 months ago.

    Comment by Mike — Tue 24th August 2004 @ 4:43 pm

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