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ContentsIntroduction . 10Right to Information . 11Information privacy . 11Solicitors’ fundamental duties . 12Barristers’ conduct rules . 12Human rights . 13First Nations . 13Family law . 14Child protection . 14Human rights . 15Part A — Acting in family law matters generally . 16A1. Initial interview . 16A2. Grant of aid . 16A3. Management of matters . 17A4. Briefing counsel . 18A5. Appeal . 18A6. Initial/final contribution . 18A7. Completion of matter . 19A8. General solicitors’ duties . 20Part B – Acting in a legal aid family dispute resolution conference . 21B1. Initial client interview . 21B2. Negotiation . 23B3. Attending the family dispute resolution conference . 23B4. Confirm outcome with client . 24B5. Consent orders . 24Part C – Acting in parenting and property matters . 25C1. Letter of introduction . 25C2. Initial client interview . 25Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules relevant to advice . 26C3. Parenting plans . 26C4. Compulsory dispute resolution . 27C5. Prepare documentation – family law courts . 27C6. Costs . 28C7. Filing the documentation at court . 28C8. Write to client advising of date of hearing . 29Page 2Family Law Case Management Standards February 2021
C9. Before the interim hearing date . 29C10. Child abuse cases . 30C11. Domestic and family violence cases . 30C12. Evatt List – The Lighthouse Project (Pilot – Brisbane Registry) . 31C13. Hearing of interim issues . 32C14. Prior to each further court event . 34Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules relevant to mentions and interim hearings . 34C15. Procedural hearing/mention . 35C16. Magellan cases . 35C17. Matters to be considered prior to conciliation conferences — property matters . 36C18. Conciliation conferences . 36C19. Property proceedings—trial directions . 36C20. Preparation for trial. 36C21. Brief counsel for trial . 37C22. Conference with counsel . 38C23. Attend at the trial and instruct counsel . 38Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules relevant to trials . 39C24. Appeals . 40C25. Delays in delivery of judgment . 40Part D – Acting in arbitration matters . 41D1.Letter of introduction . 41D2. Initial interview with client . 41Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules relevant to advice . 42D3. After the initial interview and following completion of the Arbitration statement . 42D4. Final Interview with client . 43Part E – Acting as a family law duty lawyer. 44E1. Family law duty lawyer service. 44E2. The client . 44E3. The duty lawyer . 44E4. Arrival/departure time & breaks . 44E5. Security . 45E6. Intake . 45E7. Interpreters . 45E8. Client service . 46E9. Instructions and advice . 46E10. Parameters of service . 47Negotiations . 48Representation . 48The “do nots” . 48E11. Appeals . 49Page 3Family Law Case Management Standards February 2021
E12. Administrative requirements . 49E13. Applications for legal aid . 49E14. Managing conflict . 50Part EA – Family Advocacy and Support Services - matters in court that day(enhanced family law duty lawyer model) . 51EA1. Family Advocacy and Support Services – matter in court that day . 51EA2. “Personal safety” section of form . 51EA3. How FASS differs from the standard FLDL service . 52EA4. Parameters of service . 52On the day of court:. 52Only in exceptional circumstances in urgent matters: . 52EA5. Referrals to the support worker . 53EA6. Administrative requirements and managing conflict . 53Part EB – Family Advocacy and Support Services - matters not in court (minorassistance model) . 54EB1. Referrals to the service . 54EB2. The client . 54EB3. Intake . 54EB4. Location . 55EB5. Parameters of Service . 55Not in court that day (urgent matters only). 55Possible drafting of court documents: . 55Drafting court documents . 56EB6. Clients returning to FASS the next day. 56EB7. Instructions and advice . 57EB8. Referrals to the support worker . 57Refer to Part EA5 . 57EB9. Applications for legal aid . 57EB10. Administrative requirements and managing conflict . 57Part F - Acting as an ICL . 58F1. Role/obligations . 58F2. Notice of Address for Service and other notices . 59F3. Letter directly to the represented litigant . 59F4. Communication with a self-represented litigant . 59F5. Letter to Child Dispute Resolution Services . 60F6. Letter to Child Safety . 60F7. Subpoenas . 60F8. Meeting the children . 60F9. Attending court events . 61Page 4Family Law Case Management Standards February 2021
F10. Dealing with criticism of the ICL . 61F11. Right of the child to direct representation . 61F12. Conference/negotiations with other parties . 62F13. Contacting other witnesses . 62F14. Case management . 62F15. Domestic and family violence cases . 63F16. Preparation for hearing of interim issues . 64Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules relevant to mentions and interim hearings . 66F17. Family reports and other expert reports . 66F18. After interim issues have been determined . 67F19. Dealing with contact supervisors . 68F20. Disclosure of an expert’s notes and an ICL’s file . 68Requests for expert notes . 68Disclosure or client legal privilege for the ICL . 69F21. Preparation for trial . 69F22. Briefing counsel . 70F23. Costs . 70F24. Trial . 71Australian Solicitor Conduct Rules relevant to trials . 71F25. At the conclusion of the trial . 72F26. Delays in delivery of judgment . 72F27. Appeals . 72F28. When child abuse is suspected . 72Part G – Acting in domestic violence matters . 73G1. Clients experiencing or using domestic and family violence and their needs . 73G2. Face-to-face or telephone advice . 73Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules relevant to advice . 74G3. Initial interview . 74G4. Temporary protection orders . 75G5. Court procedure . 75G6. Implications of application . 75G7. DV 1 Form— Application for a Protection Order completion . 76G8. Lawyer acting as an authorised person . 76G9. Filing an application . 76G10. Service . 76G11. Evidence and witnesses . 76G12. Negotiations with the respondent/lawyer . 77Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules relevant to mentions and interim hearings . 78G13. Arrangements for court . 78G14. The court process . 79Page 5Family Law Case Management Standards February 2021
G15. The application. 79G16. Preparation for hearing . 79G17. At hearing . 80Australian solicitor conduct rules relevant to trials . 81G18. The impact of parenting orders in domestic and family violence matters. 82G19. Appeal . 83G20. Initial/final contribution . 83G21. Completion of matter. 83Part H – Acting as domestic and family violence duty lawyer . 84H1. Domestic and family violence duty lawyer services . 84H2. The duty lawyer . 84H3. Arrival and breaks throughout the day . 84H4. Preparation . 84H5. Instructions and advice . 85H6. Negotiations . 85H7. Applications for legal aid . 86H8. Representation . 86H9. Appeal . 87H10. Administrative requirements . 87Part HA –Domestic and family violence duty lawyer services where an enhancedservice is offered . 88HA1. Domestic and family violence duty lawyer services . 88HA2. The duty lawyer . 88HA3. Arrival and breaks throughout the day. 88HA4. Preparation . 88HA5. Intake . 89HA6. Instructions and advice . 89HA7. Negotiations . 89HA8. Applications for legal aid . 90HA9. Representation . 90HA10. Appeal . 91HA11. Administrative requirements . 91Part I – Acting in child protection matters . 92I1. Clients involved with the child protection system and their needs . 92I2. Direct representative. 92I3. Letter of Introduction . 94Direct representative . 94I4. Initial interview . 94Page 6Family Law Case Management Standards February 2021
Party representative . 94Direct representative . 95Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules relevant to advice . 96I5. In-house precedent package . 96I6. Notice of Address for Service . 96I7. Dealing with DCPL, OCFOS and/or Child Safety . 97I8. Dealing with unrepresented parties .
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