Street Address Roma Mitchell Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 3 Angas Street, Adelaide
Opening Hours 08:45am - 16:30pm
Postal Address GPO Box 9991, Adelaide SA 5001
Email See relevant addresses provided below
Phone 1300 352 000
Phone Hours 8:30am - 5:00pm
Fax (08) 8219 1625

Enquiries relating to: bankruptcymigrationhuman rightsindustrial law and other matters.

Street Address

Roma Mitchell Commonwealth Law Courts Building
3 Angas St
Adelaide SA 5000

Email sareg@fedcourt.gov.au
Phone

(08) 8219 1000

Phone Hours 8:30am - 5pm
Fax (08) 8219 1001 (GENERAL FEDERAL LAW ONLY or NON FAMILY LAW)
Opening Hours 9.00am - 4.30pm

The Federal Circuit Court of Australia shares facilities with the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Court of Australia.

South-eastern boundary of Victoria Square.

The market car park is within easy walking distance of the court.

A tram service runs along King William Street and travels between Victoria Square and the railway station on North Terrace.

There is a free city loop bus stop adjacent.

General enquiries

Information about filing and family law procedures

Procedural information about your case

Family law forms and publications

 

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Commonwealth Courts Portal Support

For information go to the Commonwealth Courts Portal brochure.

For information go to the Commonwealth Courts Portal brochure.

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Proof of divorce I need to prove we are divorced – how do I do that?  
Registry enquiries Lost property
Request for a lawyer code
Divorce – request to attend by telephone.
Divorce – request for an adjournment.
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Child Dispute Services

Confirm appointments.

Request to cross-examine a family consultant or regulation 7 provider.

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Federal Circuit Court of Australia To contact Federal Circuit Court of Australia chambers please refer to Communicating with Judges' Chambers and contact details.  
Subpoena and view file appointments

To make an appointment to view a subpoena. You should check the Commonwealth Courts Portal whether leave has been given to view subpoenas.

To make an appointment to view a file. Please complete and email the Request for File Inspection form. Public computers are available to view electronically filed material on the ground floor.

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No public telephones available.

Photocopier available on ground floor – 20c per copy.  Copy cards can be purchase for bulk copying.

Justice of the Peace Monday to Friday 9.00 am – 4.00 pm (volunteer service).  Documents should be signed, witnessed and photocopied before attending the registry.

Bathrooms, including disabled facilities, located on each level.

Changing facilities for babies located on each level

Wheelchair access available via the main entrance on Angas Street.

Lift access available to all public floors.

Hearing loops available by contacting the registry in advance – email and postal address information above.

Childcare – limited childcare available, please contact the registry to make arrangements priority is given to court ordered appointments.  Hours: 9 am – 1pm and 2 pm – 4.30 pm (closed between 1-2 pm)

For copies of transcripts contact Auscript.

The Legal Services Commission of South Australia provides assistance to self-represented litigants through services such as information sessions, referrals (including direct referrals to family dispute resolution and private practitioners), assistance with applying for legal aid, preparing documents including urgent applications, duty appearances and assisting in court.

For more information see Legal Services Commission of South Australia or contact on 1300 366 424.

Hours:

Monday to Friday 9 am – 1pm and 2 pm – 4.30pm

Location: Level 1

Services to assist separated parents in accessing community based services and organisations.

Hours:

Monday to Wednesday 9 am – 12 noon.

Location: Level 1 southern side of the building

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It is important to obtain some independent legal advice in relation to your situation. A lawyer can help you understand your legal rights and responsibilities. They can also explain how the law applies to your case. A lawyer may also be able to help you reach an agreement without going to court. The court is unable to provide legal advice because to do so could seriously compromise the court's ability to impartially determine a case if a person then applies to the court seeking orders.
The Family Relationship Advice Line (FRAL) can help you with free legal advice and information about services available to assist anybody with family relationship issues - call 1800 050 321 (+61 7 3423 6878 if you are overseas). You should advise FRAL that you are seeking legal advice and they will take your details and a lawyer will call you back. FRAL will advise you of a timeframe on the call back, you should advise if it is urgent.
Alternatively, the Australian government funds a range of legal assistance services that may be able to assist you, including Legal Aid Commissions and individual Community Legal Centres, which offer free and low cost advice. Information to assist with finding legal services is available from the Attorney-General's Department website.