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Certifying mediation: A study of section 60I certificates

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Title: Certifying mediation: A study of section 60I certificates
Author(s): Smyth, Bruce
Bonython, Wendy
Rodgers, Bryan
Keogh, Elizabeth
Chisholm, Richard
Butler, Ross
Parker, Robyn
Stubbs, Matt
Temple, Jeromey
Vnuk, Maria
Date published: 2017
Publisher: ANU Centre for Social Research & Methods
Series/Report no.: Working Paper (Centre for Social Research & Methods (CSRM), The Australian National University); No. 2/2017
Description: 
This study was designed to explore elements of the operation of the certificate-issuing process created by s. 60I of the Family Law Act 1975 (Cwlth). Specifically, it sought to explore: • the number and categories of certificates issued, and the characteristics of clients who do and do not receive them • the factors and circumstances influencing the decision of Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners to issue different categories of s. 60I certificates • clients’ understanding of the purpose of the certificate, and the various dispute resolution pathways (if any) used by families after receiving a s. 60I certificate.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/233402

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