Rural and regional families - When Separating

When Separating logoThis video looks at how living in remote and regional areas can bring extra challenges when going through separation or divorce. It is part of the When Separating series.

If you live in rural or remote areas, you need to think about how to make decisions in the best interest of your children, including the practical arrangements for parenting and spending time with your children.

Watch to learn how issues connected with living in rural areas can be taken into account when making decisions in separation, as well as some of the ways you can access help, services and support.

'Separation is a difficult time for everyone, no matter where you live…There are services out there to assist you.

There are a variety of options for connecting with service providers.'

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