In this section
How to reach an agreement about family law issues without going to court.
Information about setting up parenting arrangements for children after a separation, marriage breakdown or divorce.
What factors the court considers when making parenting orders after a relationship breakdown.
Practical issues to consider when making arrangements for children or applying for a parenting order after a relationship breakdown
Information about what happens if you breach, or help someone breach a family court order.
General information about how an Independent Children's Lawyer can help with your family law matter.
Information about caring for children when you’re not their biological parent.
How Indigenous culture and traditions influence how the courts make parenting orders after a family breakdown.
Information about appointing someone to look after your children when you die
Information about how to change your child’s name, what action to take if a name is not agreed on for the birth certificate by both parents, and disagreements in name changes.
Useful information to consider when moving out of home or changing your living arrangements.
General information about the adoption process in Queensland.
Advice to help separated parents maintain a good working relationship with their children's other parent during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Ailan Kastom child rearing practice is a culture practice followed by generations of Torres Strait Islander families raising children in supportive and loving extended families.