Family Law Resource Book

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This unit “Family Law” is suitable for students in the senior years of high school.

It contains informational outlines, word finds, glossary lists, vocabulary, crosswords, mind-maps, cloze passages, true/false activities and extended writing or research tasks.

It is a supplementary educational resource for senior high school courses in Family Law, Family Studies, CAFS or Sociology.

It is written in a “dot point” or summary style with activities following each section. Many answers are contained on the next page.

It is formatted in a “Blackline Master” format, which facilitates printing.

It is relevant to high school teachers or students studying alone.

This work is copyright. Apart from any use permitted under the Copyright Act, no part may be reproduced by any process, or any other exclusive right exercised, without the permission of Devine Educational Consultancy Services.


Updated March 2018


The Concept of Family Law
The Types of Families
A History of Marriage Law
Legal Requirements for a Valid Marriage
Obligations of Marriage
De Facto Relationships
Legal Rights and Obligations of Marriage
Parents and Children
Care & Protection of Children
Specific Aspects of Dissolution
Consequences of Separation for Children
Child Support
Property Division
Domestic Abuse
The Role of Courts in Dispute Resolution
Same Sex Relationships

Birth Technology



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