Overview

Who It's For

Our service is for male perpetrators of domestic or family violence who need assistance with current or past family court procedures. A separate women’s service is offered by Legal Aid NSW.

How We Help

Delivered in partnership with Legal Aid NSW, we offer help with completing Court documents, or appearing in Court to represent you (depending on the circumstances). If necessary, we can also arrange an interpreter.

What to Expect

FASS is a non-judgemental and compassionate service. Our experienced team will ask for some personal information but always maintain confidentiality and protect your privacy. We’ll discuss your court matter and can refer you to other services that can help meet your needs.

We can help with:

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Assessing your social needs and making referrals to services that can assist you
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Providing information and court support to you during your Family Court process
03
Speaking on your behalf with organisations involved in your case
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Risk assessment and safety planning
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Assisting with Court Safety Plans
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