Our vision is a connected family law system that minimises conflict and supports the best interests of children.
We seek to achieve this vision by encouraging professionals to work together, and providing opportunities to learn and share information.
We aim to:
- Establish and maintain professional relationships.
- Raise knowledge of the role and expertise of all professionals in the family law system.
- Provide training in a multi-disciplinary way to network members.
Family Law Pathways Network - Vision & Structure
FLPN Family Law Albury Wodonga - Purpose & Team
Resources for clients and professionals seeking services and information for separating families. Become a member of the Albury Wodonga Family Law Pathways Network and contribute to creating a more collaborative family law system. Membership is free and open to any organisation or individual that provides specialist services to separating or separated families, or works in other capacities with these families. The Network is inclusive and belongs to its members. Branch Location: 681 Young Street, Albury NSW 2649
Family Law Pathways Networks are managed by a local steering committee which draws expertise across government, non-government and legal organisations.
The Network is the primary organisation that brings all public, community and private service providers together including the Family Law Judiciary, Family Relationship Centre providers, Therapists, Private Legal Practitioners, Legal Aid NSW and Community Legal Centres.
A Project Officer is employed to coordinate the day to day operations of the Network.
An awareness of all available post-separation services.
Access to family law specific professional development and Mandatory Continuing Legal Education opportunities.
An understanding referral process.
Keeping abreast of changes in the way services are provided.
Keeping up to date with current changes to family law, regional Family Court information and legal issues at a federal and local level.
An improved understanding of legal/court processes.
Understanding requirements of courts and lawyers.
Keeping up to date with changes in the substantive law.