For a family who is separating, or have separated, there can be many practical and emotional issues. Getting timely and appropriate advice is crucial to helping them respond to their situation.

Family Law Pathways Networks is a national program for professionals working with these families, and is funded by the Attorney-General’s Department. The aim is to support practitioners to work collaboratively, maintain strong working relationships and develop appropriate referral mechanisms, across the broader Family Law system.

There are over 30 Family Law Pathways Networks across Australia. These Networks promote awareness of services and conduct cross-sectoral training.

Services Include:

  • Network Meetings
  • Professional Development Workshops and Forums
  • Resource Development
  • and Information Sharing

Pathways networks are open to all who work with separating or separated families and, who are interested in strengthening relationships with other practitioners.

Membership of the Pathways Network is free, and you participate as you wish.

Let us assist you in helping Australia’s families


Contact: Tanya Andersen

Phone: 1300672273


Website: FLPN North Queensland

Address: 410 Ross River Road, Cranbrook, QLD, 4814

Disability Access: Yes