Families and Marriage Publications
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Public submissions to the consultation paper on a new decision-making framework for family law property matters.
Consultation paper on the Establishment of an Accreditation Scheme for Children’s Contact Services (CCS), submissions received and CCS consultation summary report.
This guide provides information to separating couples about the options for resolving their property arrangements, from an informal agreement through to filing consent orders with the court and litigating the matter in court.
Paper which discusses proposed reforms to the decision-making framework for family law property matters.
Template for submissions to the consultation paper on a new decision-making framework for family law property matters.
Government Response to ALRC Report 135: Family Law for the Future – An Inquiry into the Family Law System
The Australian Government has released its response to the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) Report 135: Family Law for the Future – An Inquiry into the Family Law System.
Paper which discusses the issues surrounding accreditation in the Children’s Contact Service sector.
Consultation on the future of ongoing professional development (OPD) for marriage celebrants, discussion paper and OPD survey.
Each year we report on our performance. New reports are published as they become available.
Attorney-General's Department and Marriage Celebrant Associations/Networks with OPD Panel members Meeting Minutes – 27 October 2020
Minutes from the Attorney-General's Department and Marriage Celebrant Associations/Networks Meeting on Tuesday 27 October 2020.
Application to become a Commonwealth-registered marriage celebrant: checklist for supporting documentation
For applicants to check prior to submission.
Information on the minimum and maximum details required to be displayed on the register of marriage celebrants.
Gives Commonwealth-registered marriage celebrants guidance on how to amend information or correct errors made on marriage documentation.
Form to be used by applicants wishing to apply to become a Commonwealth-registered marriage celebrant.
Under Paragraph 73(5) of the Marriage Regulations 2017, an authorised marriage celebrant must keep a record for each Form 15 marriage certificate they use.
Provides information about how the Attorney-General's Department implements cost recovery for the regulation of marriage celebrants, reports financial and non-financial performance information and contains financial forecasts for 2020-21.
This fact sheet explains the requirements for the delivery of the marriage celebrancy units as part of the Certificate IV in Celebrancy.
The Regulations allow for an exemption from the application fee where the applicant’s principal residential address is in a remote area, and there is no more than one marriage celebrant with the same postcode as the applicant’s residential address.
Attorney-General’s Department and Marriage Celebrant Associations/Networks Meeting Minutes - Tuesday 5 May 2020
Minutes from the Attorney-General’s Department and Marriage Celebrant Associations/Networks Meeting on Tuesday 5 May 2020.
These instructions are for persons wishing to apply to the Registrar of Marriage Celebrants for registration as a marriage celebrant under Part IV, Division 1, Subdivision C of the Marriage Act 1961 (Cth) (Marriage Act).