You will require this accreditation if you intend to operate as a
family dispute resolution practitioner. Accredited practitioners
conduct family dispute resolution and, if needed, issue court
certificates to confirm that attempts at family dispute resolution have
been made between separated family parties.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
To be eligible for this accreditation, you must:
- Possess relevant qualifications and supervised training in a higher education, post-graduate or vocational award in law or psychology or social work or conflict management, mediation or dispute resolution, or equivalent;
- Have a recent police check;
- Not be prohibited from working with children by any state or territory;
- Meet the 'working with children' requirements in the state or territory that you provide services;
- Have appropriate insurance;
- Be able to show ongoing compliance with all current legislation in force relating to this approval;
- Submit the required forms; and
- Pay any required fees.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.
As specified on your accreditation.
Please consult the Contact Officer for information on fees to be submitted.
Civil Justice and Legal Services Group
Access to Justice
Family Law Act 1975 (Australian Government)
Family Law (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) Regulations 2008 (Australian Government)
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