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Do you have questions about family law and COVID-19?
Update 7th April 2020
A new suite of factsheets about the COVID-19 and family law is now available online.
More family and civil law resources about COVID-19 and the law are being developed and will be made available soon. To view the latest resources relating to COVID-19 and the law, visit our website and search using the keyword “COVID-19”.
The following resources are available now:
COVID-19: Are you worried about domestic and family violence?
Domestic and family violence can become worse during a crisis. During the COVID-19 pandemic, you might be worried about your safety, or the safety of someone you know. This factsheet has information about keeping safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19: It’s not safe for me to stay at home – what should I do?
During the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be harder for you to find a time when it is safe to leave your home because of family and domestic violence. This factsheet provides information about things you should consider when making a plan to leave.
COVID-19: Apprehended domestic violence orders
Domestic and family violence can become worse during a crisis. Police can make an application in court for an apprehended domestic violence order to keep you and your children safer.
COVID-19: Child support and family payments
If care arrangements for your child change or your income changes because of COVID-19, this could affect your child support assessment and family tax benefit payments. This factsheet aims to help answer your questions.
COVID-19: Financial stress for separating families
Separation can be a time of financial stress for many families, and many people have lost income due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This factsheet offers tips for dealing with financial stress when you are going through separation.
COVID-19: Mediation by telephone
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been changes in the way family law courts operate. This factsheet is about how a mediation, or family dispute resolution conference, can help you resolve your family law problems quickly and without the need to go to court.
All Live Life Get Active Camps Suspended
Update 26th March 2020
A message from Live Life Get Active Camps:
“As a result of the Government’s directive relating to COVID-19, we are suspending all Live Life Get Active Camps effective immediately
I would however, like to confirm and reassure you that we have not had one single recorded case amongst our members or our trainers.
Our members and trainers have followed self isolation when they have heard that they MAY have been in contact with another person who MAY have contracted the virus. They have been proactive and caring in the action they have taken, so others have not been placed at risk.
I believe these are the principals we all need to follow.
We will be in touch soon with what I hope is good news and an exciting online offering.”