28 12 月 You’ll electronically file (eFile) a reply to Divorce regarding the Commonwealth Courts Portal or file it at a grouped family members legislation registry
Do i must attend the breakup hearing?
No kids under 18
If there isn't any child* of this wedding aged under 18 years, you aren't needed to go to the court hearing. This is applicable both for single and joint applications.
Joint application with kiddies under 18
If you earn a joint application, both you and your partner are not necessary to wait the court hearing (regardless if there was a young child associated with wedding aged under 18).
Sole application with kids under 18
If you earn a single application and there's a youngster of this wedding aged under 18 years, you (the applicant) have to go to the court hearing unless circumstances stop you from attending (see below).
When there is no a reaction to Divorce, one other party isn't needed to go to, if they wish although they may do.
When there is no reaction to Divorce, one other party isn't needed to wait, if they wish although they may do.
If your respondent has filed and completed a Response to Divorce, but will not oppose the application form, she or he doesn't need to go to the hearing.
If your respondent has, in an answer to Divorce, opposed the program, the respondent must come in individual from the hearing date.
* A child for the wedding includes:
- any youngster of both you and your partner, including kiddies created ahead of the wedding or after separation
- any youngster used by both you and your spouse, or
- any youngster who was simply addressed as a part of one's family members just before your final separation; as an example, a step-child or foster son or daughter.