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Helping separated families to navigate the legal system

Welcome to our website where you will find a range of resources and links to essential information about family law services across South Australia – helping you to help your clients.

Family law service providers encompass a wide range of professions including lawyers, mediators, counsellors, social workers, child dispute consultants, court officers, psychologists, pastoral care workers, support workers, family liaison workers etc – all working to assist separated parents and their children.

The South Australian Family Law Pathways Network is pleased to provide professionals with the resources, training and opportunities to help you collaborate with each other for a more holistic approach to meeting your clients’ needs.

Upcoming Events

Come to an information session on Tuesday 5 March 2024 10am to 2pm in Port Augusta.  The session is coordinated by the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia and Pathways SA. 

Presenters include:

  • Judge Kelly on the Court’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander list;
  • Family dispute resolution practitioners;
  • Indigenous Family Liaison Officer.

The flyer for the Port Augusta Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Family Law Roadshow is available by clicking here.

How can we help?

Service Directory

Family Law Service Directory SA is a database of non-profit family law related services.

Legal Services

Why is it important to obtain legal advice and what options are available?

Crisis Support

Where to turn for urgent assistance.

Children's Contact Service

Information, how to apply and waiting times.

Events & Training

Professional training, conferences, networking events, webinars and roadshows.


Resources Crisis support, booklets, brochures, articles, Family Court information and media \releases, and service posters.

SA Family Law Pathways acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation. We acknowledge the cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and commit to working to build a brighter future together.