(1) In giving effect to the principles in section 69ZN, the court must:
(aa) ask each party to the proceedings:
(i) whether the party considers that the child concerned has been, or is at risk of being, subjected to, or exposed to, abuse, neglect or family violence; and
(ii) whether the party considers that he or she, or another party to the proceedings, has been, or is at risk of being, subjected to family violence; and
(a) decide which of the issues in the proceedings require full investigation and hearing and which may be disposed of summarily; and
(b) decide the order in which the issues are to be decided; and
(c) give directions or make orders about the timing of steps that are to be taken in the proceedings; and
(d) in deciding whether a particular step is to be taken--consider whether the likely benefits of taking the step justify the costs of taking it; and
(e) make appropriate use of technology; and
(f) if the court considers it appropriate--encourage the parties to use family dispute resolution or family counselling; and
(g) deal with as many aspects of the matter as it can on a single occasion; and
(h) deal with the matter, where appropriate, without requiring the parties' physical attendance at court.
(2) Subsection (1) does not limit subsection 69ZN(1).
(3) A failure to comply with subsection (1) does not invalidate an order.