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Online – Nationally (& locally Blue Mountains, NSW) – Wimlah Family Law Support Group
Wimlah Women’s Refuge Outreach and Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service (WDVCAS) now offers a Family Law Support Group, available nationally online (and locally, Blue Mountains, NSW)
Click here for more information on the National Online Family Law Support Group…

National – National Council for Children Post-Separation
Raising public awareness about the impact of the current Australian Family Law Act on children
Click here to go to the National Council for Children Post-Separation website…

Online – Nationally – Put Safety First in Family Law
Put Safety First in Family Law is Women’s Legal Services Australia’s campaign calling for the Australian Government to reform family law to make sure it works to keep women and children safe. Find out more about proposed changes and how you can get involved
Click here to go to the Put Safety First in Family Law website…

Online – Australian Single Mother Forum is a large online community of Australian single mothers. Post messages in one of the many single-mother related forums, including a dedicated Family Law forum here. Visit the single mother chat room or simply read the questions, answers and opinions of other single mums

Please contact us if you know of an Australian family law support group that is not listed here, and we will check its suitability for listing.

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