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Family Court website

Filed under: General — Darryl Ward @ 9:22 am Fri 9th October 2009

This makes interesting reading, as it gives the family court’s own perspective of itself.


Welcome to the website of the New Zealand Family Court

The Family Court of New Zealand deals with a wide range of issues but many of them involve the care of children.

This website explains many of the things you might want to know if you are coming to the Family Court, or just wondering whether the Court could help you or someone you know.

About the Family Court

Principal Family Court Judge, Quick Facts, Court Locations, Information for Media, Glossary…

What the Family Court does

Our work for families – from Adoptions to Relationship Property…

Coming to Court?

Inside a Court, Appearing in Court, How to Make an Application and more…

Legislation and Decisions

Relevant legislation and previous decisions on Family Court matters…

Practice and Procedure

Self Litigants, Practice Notes, Family Courts Rules…


Family Court Forms and help with completing them…


Pamphlets, papers, research, speeches…


  1. ? Where is the justice for good dads , there us none, it is all a charade by bewigged idiots

    Comment by Maninoz-no-cs — Fri 9th October 2009 @ 9:31 am

  2. Dads get fucked over by the corrupt family court and everybody talks shit.

    Comment by dad4justice — Fri 9th October 2009 @ 8:02 pm

  3. No MAN should pay for a service that delivers such poor results.

    Comment by SicKofNZ — Fri 9th October 2009 @ 8:45 pm

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