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6 CPD “Live Family Law Update Webinar (Spring 2024)” 16th April 2024 on Zoom – £69.00 – From:09.30 To:16.30

  • Arbitration and Mediation
    His Honour Michael Horowitz KC (Barrister,1 Hare Court) –
    Updates and Development with three new cases, including decision March 2024.
  • Money, Money, Money…..and paper work
    Karen Dovaston (Solicitor/Arbitrator, Dovaston Law Solicitors) –
    Compliance with the Efficiency Statement, hints and tips for a Form E and form D81.
  • Updates on the Children Act Schedule 1 (finance) applications
    Sarah Cornes (Solicitor, partner at International Family Law Group LLP) –

    This talk will cover Jurisdictional criteria, Procedure, Orders available – (lump sums, periodical payments and school fees orders), Housing and standard of living, Factors which the court will consider when making an order for financial provision, Interim orders, Relevant case law, Standard of living, Income claims – HECSA and AFM, Legal funding and allowance for costs during Schedule 1 applications, TOLATA and Schedule 1, Tax consideration and Tactics when acting for applicant and respondent.

  • Children abduction
    Niamh Wilkie (Barrister, 5 St Andrew’s Hill Chambers) –

    This topic will cover International Child Abduction – applicable law – Hague Convention 1980 – a general overview with a focus on the defences and review of some of the latest court decisions on this area of law.

  • Financial claims after an overseas divorce (Part III)
    Michael Allum (Solicitor, partner at International Family Law Group LLP) –
    Michael Allum will provide an overview of the law on financial claims after an overseas divorce (Part III) including the background
    to the legislation, how it has been applied in practice and the recent Supreme Court decision in the case of Potanin.
  • parental Alienation
    Gemma Lindfield​MCIArb (Barrister, 5 St Andrew’s Hill Chambers) –

  • Update on the Upcoming changes to FPR from 29 April 2024

    Jo O’Sullivan (Collaborative Solicitor, Solicitor Neutral, Accredited mediator and author of the book ‘(Almost) Anything But Family Court.’/ O’Sullivan Family Law)

    Upcoming changes to FPR which will enable court to adjourn proceedings for non-court processes with potential costs consequences for non-engagement. What are non-court processes, and how can lawyers be involved?

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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 16th April 2024
  • Time: 09:30 – 16:30
  • Course fee: 6 hour webinar £69.00 (No VAT)
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