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Recognising, responding to and managing PARENTAL ALIENATION. Parental alienation is increasingly recognised, in the legal arena and by mental health professionals, as a dysfunctional, destructive and harmful process which occurs within the context of high-conflict family breakdown. It is not new and similar terminology has been used for at least 200 years. Darren Spooner is a clinical psychologist who has worked in the family Courts as an independent expert witness. 3CPD / 3SRA £78ph (incl VAT) Early Bird Price Book…Find out more »
Designed for family solicitors and family mediators. The event will cover the following popular topics; Pension Offsetting - understanding the alternative approaches and getting it right How to get pension sharing right, a step by step guide What are the implications of cashing in a pension early? Traps and pitfalls, what to look out for and how to avoid them State Pensions update including valuation and division of State Pension Rights 3CPD / 3SRA £90ph (incl VAT) Book Your Place…Find out more »
Designed for family solicitors and family mediators. The event includes the consideration of case law, developments and practice in the following areas: New financial remedies courts pre and post nuptial agreements The treatment of pre-marriage and post separation assets, including inheritances Pensions, including an overview of the reports of the pension advisory group Ways of dealing with businesses and foreign homes Periodical payments including the thorny issue of the effect of cohabitation on term and quantum Overturning final orders Online…Find out more »
Family Matters is hosting a PPC event in February 2019. The course will be led by Dr Lesley Allport, mediator and trainer. Dr Allport is a member of the College of Mediators Professional Standards Committee and is a prestigious speaker and trainer both nationally and internationally. Find out more about Dr Allport here The course will meet the requirement for PPC accreditation and will take place at the Family Matters Doncaster Office on 20 February 2019 between 10am and 4pm.…Find out more »
A half-day session with Dr Anna Remington, Director of the Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE). She will be talking about key aspects of autism, what life is like for those on the autistic spectrum and exploring how we as professionals can better meet the needs of autistic clients within mediation, legal conferences and family proceedings including the court setting. The event will take place in Doncaster on Thursday 21st March @ 1pm – 4pm. £96 inc…Find out more »
COURSE NOW FULL: An up to date view of the court’s approach to child arrangement orders and the influence of changes in society.
This course is now FULL and no further bookings are being taken.Find out more »