HOW DOES IT HELP? iRefer Vic enables you to find those programs and services that can make a difference. Easily identified categories group service providers together. Alternatively, you can search by typing applicable words in the search field, e.g. ‘dispute’, ‘Mildura’, or ‘education’. Every effort has been made to provide information that is timely and accurate. Users are encouraged to synchonise frequently to get the latest information on items such as ‘eligibility’, ‘fees’, ‘waiting times’, and ‘referral process’. You can locate the agency on a map, call, email or access the website for further information.
Navigating the family law system doesn’t have to be quite so hard for Victorians who use iRefer Vic.
WHO IS IT FOR? Whether you are a newly separated parent, a self-represented litigant, a grandparent, a friend, iRefer Vic is for you.
Whether you are a family lawyer, a family dispute resolution practitioner, a court officer, a Judge or any practitioner working in or around the family law system, iRefer Vic is for you.
iRefer VIC aims to support parents to find the right plans for moving forward that protect the best interests of the child, and make parenting plans that consider the child’s wellbeing. However, family law issues can be complex, and anyone who needs assistance should always seek appropriate legal help too.
WHERE DO I PRESS? iRefer VIC is simple to download, simple to use, and simple to synchronise. It can be used on iPhones, iPads, Android Smartphones and tablets. For readability, the app is locked in portrait mode.
DISCLAIMER The information contained in iRefer VIC is provided in good faith. However, the accuracy cannot be guaranteed. The developers and providers, Victorian Family Law Pathways Network – Greater Melbourne, their funders and auspices, their employees and agents, expressly disclaim any liability whatsoever to any person for any loss or damage arising, whether directly or indirectly, and whether or not as a consequence of negligence, from the contents or the use of this app. The information it contains has been prepared as a general guide and referral pathway. It is not a substitute for obtaining professional legal advice specific to your particular circumstances.