Family Law Pathways Networks is a national program funded by the Attorney General’s Department. It is for professionals working with families who are separating, or have separated, and co-parenting families. Our joint Qld membership includes over 3200 practitioners working in the family law space.
The aim is to support practitioners to work collaboratively, maintain strong networking relationships and develop appropriate referral mechanisms, across the broader 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 9 Family Law Pathways Networks across QLD. These Networks coordinate sector training, events and the development and distribution of resources.