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Attorney-General's Department

We work to maintain and improve Australia's law and justice framework, and facilitate jobs growth through policies that promote fair, productive, flexible and safe workplaces.

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Get a statutory declaration form

Download a Word or PDF copy of a Commonwealth statutory declaration form (also known as a stat dec form).

Get married

Find out who can get married in Australia, and what you need to do before and after you get married.

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Check your eligibility and submit a claim for assistance through the Fair Entitlements Guarantee.

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Establishment of an accreditation scheme for Children’s Contact Services

We are inviting sector submissions on a consultation paper to establish an accreditation scheme for Children's Contact Services.

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A Roadmap for Respect

The Roadmap for Respect provides a clear and comprehensive path forward for Australia to prevent and address sexual harassment and support meaningful cultural change in our workplaces.

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Government response to Family Law Report

The government has released its response to Australian Law Reform Commission Report 135: Family Law for the Future – An Inquiry into the Family Law System

Families and marriage

We help to deliver a supportive and accessible family law system. We also provide guidance about getting married in Australia and information for marriage celebrants.

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Acknowledgement of Country - Aboriginal Art Kangaroo

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of Australia and acknowledge their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to the people, the cultures and the elders past, present and emerging.