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Family law in Australia – dividing property after you have separated – PDF, 823.0kbThis information is for people who:have been married or in a de facto relationship, are no longer together and need to divide up property such as the car, furniture or house English
Family law in Australia – after you have separated: making arrangements about the children – PDF, 794.0kbThis information is for parents who are no longer in a relationship together. It has information on the law in Australia and making arrangements for the children after you have separated. English
Family law in Australia – separation and divorce – PDF, 921.0kbThis information sheet is for people who are unmarried and thinking about ending their relationship or married and thinking about getting a divorce. It has information on what you need to do, your rights and responsibilities and where to get help. English
Family law in Australia – the first step: getting help to reach agreement with the other parent. – PDF, 631.0kbThis information is for parents who are separated or thinking of separating English
Family law in Australia – dividing property after you have separated (Arabic) – PDF, 2.2mbThis fact sheet is for people who are no longer in a relationship together need to divide up property and where to get help Arabic
Family law in Australia – after you have separated: making arrangements about the children (Arabic) – PDF, 2.5mbA fact sheet for parents who are no longer in a relationship together, with information about the law in Australia and making arrangements for the children after you have separated and where to get help Arabic
Family law in Australia– separation and divorce (Arabic) – PDF, 2.8mbA fact sheet for people who are thinking about separation or divorce, with information about decisions you need to make and where to get help Arabic
Family law in Australia – the first step: getting help to reach agreement with the other parent (Arabic) – PDF, 2.6mbA fact sheet for parents are thinking about separating or divorcing, with information on making decisions about the children’s future Arabic
澳大利亚家事法 – 分居后财产分割 / Family law in Australia – dividing property after you have separated (Chinese) – PDF, 949.0kbThis fact sheet is for people who are no longer in a relationship together. It has information about how to divide up property and where to get help Chinese
澳大利亚家事法 - 分居后:做出子女安排 / Family law in Australia – after you have separated: making arrangements about the children (Chinese) – PDF, 687.0kbA fact sheet for parents who are no longer in a relationship together. It has information about the law in Australia and making arrangements for the children after you have separated and where to get help Chinese
澳大利亚家事法-分居与离婚 / Family law in Australia– separation and divorce (Chinese) – PDF, 1.1mbA fact sheet for people who are thinking about separation or divorce, with information about decisions you need to make and where to get help Chinese
澳大利亚家事法-第一步:获得帮助与前配偶 达成协议 / Family law in Australia – the first step: getting help to reach agreement with the other parent (Chinese) – PDF, 1.0mbA fact sheet for parents are thinking about separating or divorcing, with information on making decisions about the children’s future Chinese
Family law in Australia – separation and divorce – PDF, 1.1mbThis information sheet is for people who are unmarried and thinking about ending their relationship or married and thinking about getting a divorce. It has information on what you need to do, your rights and responsibilities and where to get help. Vietnamese
Family law in Australia – dividing property after you have separated – PDF, 1.0mbThis information is for people who:have been married or in a de facto relationship, are no longer together and need to divide up property such as the car, furniture or house Vietnamese
Family law in Australia – after you have separated: making arrangements about the children – PDF, 1.1mbThis information is for parents who are no longer in a relationship together. It has information on the law in Australia and making arrangements for the children after you have separated. Vietnamese
Family law in Australia – the first step: getting help to reach agreement with the other parent – PDF, 1.0mbThis information is for parents who are separated or thinking of separating Vietnamese