Notice of Address for Service

This form is used to inform the Court and the other parties in your proceedings of the address at which court documents and notices can be served on you. You must file this form if your contact address (address for service) has changed.

You do not have to give your residential address. You can give another address at which you are satisfied that you will receive documents. If you give a lawyer’s address, include the name of the firm.

If you have fears for your safety you can contact Legal Aid in your state or territory who may be able to assist.

You must give an email address, a postal address in Australia and a telephone number at which you can be contacted during normal business hours.

Filing with the Court

You should file this form electronically on the Commonwealth Courts Portal. For a step-by-step guide see How do I eFle?. If for some reason you cannot eFile, you can file at a Court registry

NOTE: For special filing measures during COVID-19 refer to section 2 of the FCFCOA Practice Direction – COVID-19 Special Measures.

TIP: If you are not registered on the Commonwealth Courts Portal or are registered but do not have access to your file electronically email registerme@comcourts.gov.au with your full name, date of birth, name of the other party, file number (if known) and your portal user name if you are already registered so we can create your registration or provide access to your file.

Service

After the form is filed it must be served by ordinary service as soon as possible on the other parties including the Independent Children’s Lawyer, if one is appointed. For more information about service see, How do I serve family law documents?.