Under the Family Dispute Practitioners regulations, a practitioner should adhere to the below requirements regarding the issue of a S60I ...
(4) A family dispute resolution practitioner may give a certificate under paragraph 60I (8) (a) of the Act only if the practitioner, or a person acting for the practitioner, has, at least twice, contacted each party who has failed to attend, with at least 1 contact in writing:
(a) giving the party a reasonable choice of days and times for attendance at family dispute resolution; and
(b) telling the party that, if the party does not attend family dispute resolution:
(i) the practitioner may give a certificate under paragraph 60I (8) (a) of the Act; and
(ii) the certificate may be taken into account by a court when determining whether to make an order under section 13C of the Act referring the parties to family dispute resolution or to award costs against a party under section 117 of the Act.