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SRL-Resources (SRL-R), is a support organisation for those who by choice or necessity will represent themselves in either the Family Court of Australia or the Federal Magistrates Court in Children's matters.

We provide resources, support activities, services and the skills and knowledge needed for SRL's to better navigate the Courts by understanding the processes involved and what is required to better manage and present their case.

SRL-R is a single purpose organisation - to assist people involved in children's issues navigate the Family Courts. SRL-R also assists those that may be minimising their costs by using unbundled legal services. We are non political and non gender. We do not provide counselling or legal advice or provide support with property matters or CSA applications.


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News & Articles

Court refuses to send quake-affected boys to NZ
The Family Court of Australia has rejected an attempt by New Zealand authorities to secure the return of two boys who were unlawfully taken to Sydney by their mother after the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, finding that the children would be further traumatised if they were ordered home. Of greatest significance, Justice Mark Le Poer Trench found, was the fact that the father and the New Zealand authorities who were helping him did not file the application for the boys' ret...
International report on fathers paternity leave after birth of bubs
An international study, to be presented in Melbourne next month will also reveal that the children of fathers who take long leave after their birth are more likely to perform better in cognitive development tests and are more likely to be prepared for school at the ages of four and five. Its Australian author Jennifer Baxter, a senior researcher with the Australian Institute of Family Studies said the results lent support to the importance of promoting policies that encour...
Child trapped in Egypt by bizarre custody battle
In September, Family Court judge Paul Cronin ordered the husband, who has remained in Australia, to do all acts and things necessary to have the ban lifted. An Egyptian national whose wife and daughter remain trapped in Egypt in an increasingly bizarre custody dispute secretly married a second woman, a court has heard. The man has failed to honour an Australian court-ordered obligation to support the lifting of an Egyptian order that prevents his wife and 4-year-old daught...
Paternal influence crucial to the success of children
The Fathers and Families Research program at the University of Newcastle has found that children who engage in rough and tumble play with their dads learn how to read social signals, regulate their emotions, stay within limits and take ''manageable'' risks. "Rough and tumble play influences how well a child controls their emotions and activity,'' researcher Jennifer StGeorge said. New research by Dr StGeorge suggests children whose fathers spend more time playing with them...



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