A Section 60I Certificate is a document issued under the Australian Family Law Act.

It certifies that the individuals involved have attended a Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) session (mediation) to try to resolve their parenting dispute before proceeding to court.

This certificate is necessary to file for parenting orders in court, although there are exceptions, such as cases involving family violence or child abuse where mediation may be deemed inappropriate.

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