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Section 60I Certificates
Section 60I Certificates are required under the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) before an application for Parenting Orders can be made to the Family Court. Currently, there are five different certificates that may be provided, and the wording is regulated by legislation, as follows:
When filing an application for Parenting Orders with the Family Court, a copy of the Section 60I Certificate is required with the application, unless the court is satisfied that an exemption applies, such as for:
Our mediators are authorised by the Department of the Federal Attorney-General to provide Section 60I Certificates.
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