Get help resolving family law disputes
amica is a secure digital service developed by National Legal Aid and Legal Aid Commissions, including Legal Aid WA.
If you have separated from your ex-partner and need to divide property, amica can help you reach an agreement using artificial intelligence. amica can also help you reach an agreement about arrangements for children following separation.
amica is suitable for separated couples who are reasonably amicable, and whose situation is not complex.
Where else can I get legal help with my family law dispute?
Family Relationships Online - Family Relationship Centres
Family Relationship Centres support separating families work out arrangements for their children, including through FDR conferences. There are Family Relationship Centres in the Perth metropolitan and regional areas. They also provide other separation services.
Family Relationships Advice Line - 1800 050 321.
A community service organisation that provides professional counselling, support, mediation and training service. Services are provided in Perth and to communities in WA’s Goldfields and South West regional areas.
You can use the Family Dispute Resolution Register to find an FDR Practitioner. Please note that private FDR practitioners usually charge a fee for their services. You should check their rates before you start.
Community Legal Centres and private practitioners may be able to legal advice and help you to negotiate with the other person.
Collaborative practice is a dispute resolution process where you, your former partner, your lawyers and others work together to resolve your disputes. For more information or to find a collaborative lawyer in Western Australia, go to Collaborative Professionals WA.
Where can I get help with counselling?
Separation is an emotional and difficult time, and counselling can really help. You can get counselling from: