THE FAMILY LAW BOOK
Looseleaf service in one volume
Family law, procedure, forms and precedents
Quarterly looseleaf updates.
THE FAMILY LAW BOOK ONLINE FORMS AND PRECEDENTS
Links to court forms and brochures
Precedent orders, affidavits and agreements
Links to useful websites
FOR PRECEDENT SAMPLES
THE FAMILY LAW BOOK
LEGAL HELP LINE
Via 24 hours reply email
Click LEGAL HELP above for samples of legal help given
FAMILY COURT OF WA
Case Management Guidelines (WA) from 7 May 2012
Court news and media releases
Family Court of WA home page.
About the Family Court of WA.
Counselling and family consultancy, Family Court of WA.
Resolving your dispute, Family Court of WA.
Kits, forms, brochures, Family Court of WA.
Miscellaneous WA precedents in Word - Minute for Application for Consent Orders (WA) and minute of consent orders (WA).
e-services, Family Court of WA.
Court fees, Family Court of WA effective 1 December 2010.
Court list, Family Court of WA.
Adoptions - approval of WA adoption applications.
Surrogacy - applications under the Surrogacy Act 2008 (WA).
Judgments of the Family Court of WA.
WA legal resources.
Missing persons WA.
Frequently asked questions, Family Court of WA.
SEE THE FOLLOWING MEDIA RELEASES:
New Case Management Guidelines - to commence 7 May 2012
Both a notice of same from the Chief Judge of the Family Court of WA and these Case Management Guidelines are available to subscribers at our online members' Practice News.
NEW OFFER -
The Moët Award
A bottle of Moët & Chandon will from December 2012 be awarded for any contribution or suggestion by a member for the improvement of our service that we implement and judge to be worthy of an award.
Entries should be sent to us via “contributions” at our members’ home page and judging will be at our sole discretion.
Visit our Hall of Fame at Winners' Corner to see all our winners from 2009 to 2012 when this was a monthly award for "Best Contribution".
“This will be really good for teaching lawyers in general practice, junior lawyers and paralegals the role of the family lawyer. Being in one volume is brilliant – it will find itself in constant use, not left on the shelf as can happen with the multi-volumes.”
Peter Carew, principal