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The guiding principles were developed to protect vulnerable witnesses in family violence and family law proceedings. They are for use in all jurisdictions.
Australian Law Reform Commission, Review of the Family Law System; Family Law for the Future – An Inquiry into the Family Law System.
Submissions received for the Exposure draft – Family Law Amendment (Family Violence and Cross-examination of Parties) Bill 2017
Submissions received by the department in response to the Family Law Amendment (Family Violence and Cross-examination of Parties) Bill 2017 consultation. Submissions that were provided in confidence will not be made public.
ܐ ܵ ܵ ܹ ܐ ܝܠ ܼ ܗ ܡܫܘܪܸܪ ܵ ܼ ܐ ܦܝܫ ܵ ܝ ܲ ܝܬ ܐ ܒ ܵ ܵܦ ܕ ܐ ܵܢ ܵ ܼ ܐ ܕܦܘܩܕ ܵ ܝ ܵ ܼ ܐ ܐܘܡܬ ܐ
المتعلقة بالعنف المنزلي تم تطبيق البرنامج الوطني لألوامر
SKEMA NASIONAL SURAT PERINTAH TENTANG KEKERASAN DALAM RUMAH TANGGA TELAH DIMULAI
The National Domestic Violence Order Scheme has been introduced.
Draft Family Law Amendment (Family Violence and Cross-examination of Parties) Bill 2017. Proposed amendments of the Family Law Act 1975.
The consultation paper invited public comment on an exposure draft of proposed legislative amendments to the Family Law Act 1975 to address direct cross-examination of parties in family law proceedings involving family violence.
Currently, families experiencing violence and conflict are often required to engage with multiple courts to address their legal needs. These proposed changes are intended to reduce the need for some families to navigate both the state/territory and federal court systems.
Submissions received for the Proposed amendments to the Family Law Act 1975 to respond to family violence consultation
On 9 December 2016, the Attorney-General released an exposure draft and paper on the Family Law Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) Bill for public consultation. The following submissions were received by the department in response to the consultation.
Draft Family Law Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) Bill. Proposed amendments of the Family Law Act 1975 relating to family violence.
This report sets out the overall findings of the Evaluation of the 2012 Family Violence Amendments, examining the effects of amendments that were intended to improve the family law system’s responses to matters involving family violence and safety concerns.
Government Response to the Australian and NSW Law Reform Commissions': Family Violence – a national legal response
Australian Government response to recommendations of the Australian Law Reform Commission Report 114 and New South Wales Law Reform Commission Report 128: Family Violence – A National Legal Response Final Report (2010) that recommend unilateral action by the Australian Government.
From 7 June 2012, changes to Family Law will take effect that will place children and their safety front and centre in family law matters.
The Family Violence Bill proposes amendments to the Family Law Act 1975. The Family Violence Bill sends a clear message that family violence and child abuse are unacceptable. I welcome your comments on this important legislative measure.
Draft Family Law Amendment (Family Violence) Bill 2010. Proposed amendments of the Family Law Act 1975 relating to family violence.
In 2010, this report examined the impact of family violence, which had occurred before, during and or after parental relationship breakdown, on post-separation decision making and arrangements as viewed by children and parents.
In 2009, the Family Courts Violence Review was commissioned to assess the appropriateness of the legislation, practices and procedures that apply in cases before the federal family courts where issues of family violence arise, and to recommend any improvements.