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Moving Beyond Family Conflict

A  Guide to Family Dispute Resolution in the NT

This DVD has been produced to inform and educate people accessing the family law system about their options for family dispute resolution. After viewing the resource people should be confident in making a more informed decision about the process that will most suit them. The different range of outcomes from family dispute resolution are also explained, as well as options for people if an agreement is not reached at family dispute resolution. Information on a range of post separation support services, such as Children’s Contact Centres and Parenting Orders Programs is also included.

There are 7 chapters which can be viewed straight through, or you can select an individual chapter to view.

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  1. How this resource can help you
  2. Family Dispute Resolution at the Family Relationship Centre
  3. Family Dispute Resolution at the NT Legal Aid Commission
  4. Reaching Agreement – Parenting Plans & Consent Orders
  5. Family Violence & Family Dispute Resolution
  6. When Agreement Cannot be Reached
  7. Other Helpful Services for Families
  8. Credits

A brochure is available which provides more information and contact details for the services referred to in the DVD. Click here to view the brochure page.

© 2012 Top End Family Law Pathways Network
This resource was produced by the Top End Family Law Pathways Network with funding from the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department. This material may be reproduced, or excerpted, provided it is not changed, and authorship of the Network is acknowledged.
The material in this publication is intended as a general guide only. No person or organisation should act or rely on the basis of any material in this publication without getting legal advice about their own particular situation(s). The Top End Family Law Pathways Network expressly disclaims any liability howsoever caused to any person in respect of any action taken in reliance on the contents of this publication.

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