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Help and Support

Separating can be an emotional time. At the same time you need to think about practical matters like arrangements for children, and dividing your money and property. It is important to take care of yourself during this period. There are a range of different services that can help, from support such as counselling to legal help.

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It's important to get reliable and accurate information about your rights, responsibilities and options when separating.

You can seek legal help from the free Legal Help Line in your state or territory.

Australian Capital Territory

Phone 1300 654 314

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New South Wales

Phone 1300 888 529

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Northern Territory

Phone 1800 019 343

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Queensland

Phone 1300 65 11 88

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South Australia

Phone 1300 366 424

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Tasmania

Phone 1300 366 611

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Victoria

Phone 1300 792 387

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Western Australia

Phone 1300 650 579

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If you are deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment you can contact your local Legal Aid through the National Relay Service.

If you speak a language other than English and require an interpreter you can contact your local Legal Aid through the Translating and Interpreting Service.

Other support help lines

There are a range of services that can provide support to people who are separating or have already separated. There are different kinds of support.

It can be very helpful to find support that suits you and your needs.

1800 Respect

Phone 1800 737 732

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National Debt Helpline

Phone 1800 007 007

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Aboriginal Family Domestic Violence Hotline

Phone 1800 019 123

BeyondBlue

Phone 1300 22 4636

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Men's Referral Service

Phone 1300 766 491

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Family Relationships Advice line

Phone 1800 050 321

Helpful resources

Looking after yourself

www.familyrelationships.gov.au/looking-after-yourself

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