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- Strengthening family relationships
- Helping families stay together
- Assisting families through separation
Find a Family Relationship Centre in your local area: Find local help
What is the Family Relationship Advice Line?
The Family Relationship Advice Line is a national telephone service that helps families affected by relationship or separation issues, including information on parenting arrangements after separation. It can also refer callers to local services that provide assistance.
Anyone can call the Advice Line about family relationships, including parents, grandparents, children, young people, other family members or friends. Other people who may be offering advice or support to families can also ring the Advice Line to get information.
Types of help
Counselling can help people with difficulties in their family relationships deal with feelings and experiences.
Separated families can use family mediation to help resolve disputes.
The national database of accredited Family Dispute Resolution practitioners who can help separating families resolve problems out of court.
Find brochures about family law services and parenting after separation in fifteen different community languages. Languages include Mandarin, Vietnamese, Arabic and Farsi.
Information about getting legal advice for family law and relationship disputes.
Printable brochures about family law services and parenting after separation.
Where to get financial advice for people who are separating or have separated.