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“Live Family Law Update Webinar” on Zoom on 25 April 2023 – £69.00 – From:10.00 To:17.00

Topics covered include:

  • “Jurisdiction, Forum, Recognition and Enforcement for Divorce and Finance Cases”Michael Allum (Solicitor, paertner at International Family Law Group LLP) – Michael will discuss International issues for the above and also Part III applications after a foreign divorce and Practical aspects in dealing with foreign assets in a national case with latest updates
  • “Arbitration and Mediation”His Honour Micheal Horowitz KC (Barrister,1 Hare Court) –
    updates and Development
  • “Non-compliance of financial settlement orders and Third-party debt orders in ancillary relief matters”Seema Kansal (Barrister, Fourteen Chambers) – the challenges and pitfalls of enforcing court/costs orders and how to overcome them
  • “Parental Alienation: the Inter-faith cases” Jam Gazzain (Barrister, 12 Old Sqr) – The topic will explore the Court’s approach to the issue of parental alienation where parents have different religious values and one parent forces the child to follow his/her religion instead of the other parent’s religion
  • “Interim Care Orders – the test for removal and welfare evaluation”Kye Herbert (Barrister, Clerksroom)
  • “Re C (‘Parental Alienation’; Instruction of Expert) [2023] EWHC 345 (Fam) Jacqueline Julyan S.C. (Barrister, 5 St Andrew’s Hill) – A discussion of the President of the Family Division’s judgment of 21 February 2023, dealing with parental alienation and the standards required of an expert.
  • “Portals: Divorce and FR”Karen Dovaston (Solicitor/Arbitrator, Dovaston Law Solicitors) – Now that both portals are mandated for solicitors, are you as slick and up to date as you can be for using them efficiently? Join Karen Dovaston for hints and tips to get the most out of your portal use – and to avoid the pitfalls.
    Karen is involved in the stakeholder groups designing the Digital Reform process for the court

A recording of this webinar will be available for delegates free of charge on request

These webinars also covers 6 hours under the SRA Continuing Competence Scheme
Course materials and Certificate of attendance will be provided

Event Details

  • Venue: Zoom
  • Date: Tuesday 25 April 2023
  • Time: 10:00 – 17:00
  • Course fee: 6 hour webinar £69.00 (No VAT)
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