This form is used to apply for a Certificate of non-compliance with subpoena if the person named in the subpoena (which was served in New Zealand) fails to comply with the subpoena.
This form must be filed when parties were married for less than 2 years at the date of filing an Application for Divorce.
This certificate is prepared by a registrar, mediator or dispute resolution practitioner upon completion of a dispute resolution process.
This document must be forwarded to the Court and the other party/ies at least 2 days prior to the interim hearing.
This document must be filed in accordance with any trial directions made by the Court. It must be no longer than 5 pages in parenting proceedings and 7 pages in financial proceedings unless the Court orders otherwise.
This document is to be provided to the Court via email or private mediator on a ‘without prejudice’ basis prior to dispute resolution. This form will not be placed on the Court file.
This form must be filed and served on the other party/ies in the proceeding and the Independent Children’s Lawyer (if one is appointed) by ordinary service, prior to the Compliance and
Information about how to make a complaint to the Court.
This Central Practice Direction outlines the core principles applicable to family law proceedings and establishes a consistent national case management system in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia from 1 September 2021.
This Central Practice Direction applies to all migration proceedings commenced in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia from 1 September 2021. It does not otherwise apply to general federal law proceedings.
This Central Practice Direction applies to all general federal law proceedings commenced in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia from 1 September 2021. It does not apply to migration or family law proceedings.
This fact sheet provides information for parties who have had a Child Impact Report ordered by the Court.
Information about what Court Child Experts are and their work in the Court
The Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of country throughout Australia and acknowledges their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to the people, the cultures and the elders, past, present and emerging.