(1) A party to a proceeding who is seeking a parenting order in relation to a child must file a copy of any family violence order affecting the child or a member of the child's family.
(2) However, if a copy of a family violence order is not available, the party must file a written notice setting out:
(a) an undertaking to file the order within a specified time;
(b) the date of the order;
(c) the court that made the order; and
(d) the details of the order.
(3) The family violence order, or the notice under subrule (2), must be filed:
(a) when the proceeding commences; or
(b) as soon as practicable after the family violence order is made.
Note: The Family Law Act imposes duties on the Court and lawyers to provide information about non-court based family services and court's processes and services (including services provided by family counsellors and family dispute resolution practitioners), and services available to help with a reconciliation: see sections 12E and 12F of that Act.