The Family Relationship Advice Line is a national telephone service that helps families affected by relationship or separation issues, including information on parenting arrangements after separation.

Anyone can call the Advice Line about family relationships. This includes parents, grandparents, children, young people, other family members or friends. Other people who may be offering advice or support to families can also ring the Advice Line to get information.

When you call the Family Relationship Advice Line you will be able to talk to someone who can help you work out what information, support and services you need. This may include:

  • information about services to help maintain healthy relationships
  • advice on family separation issues
  • information about the family law system
  • guidance on developing workable parenting arrangements after family separation
  • advice about the impact of conflict on children
  • telephone-based Family Dispute Resolution for people who need assistance resolving disputes over parenting arrangements
  • referral to Family Relationship Centres and other dispute resolution services, and
  • referral to a range of other services to help with family relationship and separation issues.

For the Family Relationship Advice Line go to:

For other digital programs see: