The Family Law Pathways Network is a national program for professionals and practitioners working with families who are separating, or have separated and is funded by the Australian Government Attorney General’s Department.
It aims to support practitioners to work collaboratively, maintain strong working relationships and develop appropriate referral mechanisms to assist families navigate the Family Law system.
Family Law Pathways Network - Greater Sydney FLPN
About Family Law Pathways Network Sydney (FLPN)
FAMILY LAW PATHWAYS NETWORK
Supporting and resourcing a network of organisations and professionals operating within the broader family law system to achieve the best outcomes for separating families.ABOUT
Our range of services.Our range of services.
Our vision is a connected family law system that minimises conflict and supports the best interests of children. We seek to achieve the vision by encouraging professionals from the legal sector and the non-legal sector to work together, and by providing opportunities to learn and share information.Our purpose is to create a clear pathway for families making their way through the family law system.SERVICE DIRECTORY
Links to useful services and resources to enhance the capacity of professionals in the legal and non-legal sector to assist families post-separation.MEMBERSHIP
Become a member of the Greater Sydney Family Law Pathways Network and contribute to creating a more collaborative family law system. There are no membership fees, the only criteria are that you work in the family sector.CONTACT
Greater Sydney Family Law Pathways NetworkBranch Office:
1C/383-385 Port Hacking Rd, Caringbah NSW 2229Our Vision
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.
Our VisionOur Structure
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.
Our purpose is to create a clear pathway for families making their way through the family law system.
The three key roles of the Family Law Pathways Network are:
- Promoting awareness of services
- Building relationships between the various service providers
- Conducting cross-sectoral training
There are 13 Family Law Pathways Networks across NSW. These Networks coordinate sector training, events and the development and distribution of resources.
What’s going on in the Family Law Sector.
View our resources page featuring past webinars and helpful links.