The South Coast (NSW) Family Law Pathways Network (SCFLPN) is a coordinated network of organisations and professionals operating in the broader family law system in the South Coast. The goal of the SCFLPN is to foster dialogue and collaboration between service providers who assist separating and separated families to access services in the regional areas on the South Coast.

South Coast Family Law Pathways Network

The SCFLPN is managed and coordinated by a Project Officer who is responsible for delivering information to the network through regular communication and events. The SCFLPN also provides cross-sectoral training and hosts events, forums, workshops and seminars to assist in information sharing and networking opportunities for the legal and non-legal sectors.
The SCFLPN aims to connect organisations, professionals and stakeholders working within the system and provide them with up-to-date information about family law services, including the Family Law Judiciary, Family relationship Centre providers, Therapists, Private Legal Practitioners, Legal Aid NSW and Community Legal Centres, family counselling, family dispute resolution, parenting courses and other services.
The SCFLPN consists of a three-tiered structure: the Steering Committee, the membership, and a broader network of family law service providers who receive and participate in regular communication.

Our Vision

Our Vision is a connected family law system that minimises conflict and supports the safety and best interests of children.
The SCFLPN seeks to achieve this vision by encouraging professionals to work together and providing opportunities to learn and share information.

Directory of Services

Our network takes in the Shoalhaven, Eurobodalla and Bega Valley local government areas.

As a regional network, we operate specifically to meet the needs of services and practitioners who work with separating or separated families in our beautiful part of the world.


In this section you will find a list of useful links and resources relating to separating or separated families.

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We are here to support and equip you to work with families experiencing separation.

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