11th Annual Family Law Conference

Thursday 27 & Friday 28 July 2017
 
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The challenges facing family lawyers continue to grow. Court delays are getting worse, property settlements are becoming more intricate, and parenting disputes are getting uglier. Match that with the recent super reforms and the foreign investment regime, and you have a complex and dynamic landscape.

From asset protection and financial agreements to litigation alternatives, we’ve created a program which covers a range of important and topical issues for family law practitioners in 2017.

Property Matters: Contemporary Challenges

  • Accounting for All the Pieces: Financial Resources and Property Settlements - Adrian Stone, Principal and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Gold Stone Family Lawyers, Melbourne
  • Discretionary Trusts: Property of the Parties or a Financial Resource? - Geoff Wilson, Partner and Accredited Family Law Specialist, HopgoodGanim, Brisbane
  • Setting Aside a Financial Agreement : When the Gloves are Off - Sheridan Emerson, Partner and Accredited Specialist in Family Law, Pearson Emerson Meyer, Sydney
  • Protecting Investments in Your Child’s Future:  Involvement of Third Parties in Property Settlements - Adam Cooper, Principal, Cooper Family Law, Brisbane

Family, Relationships and Children

  • Determining De facto Relationships: Finding Certainty in Murky Waters - Nigel Nicholls, Partner, Blanchfield Nicholls Partners, Sydney
  • Relocation Disputes: the Battle Lines are Drawn - Maurice Edwards, Special Counsel/Mediator, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP), Mediator and Trained Arbitrator, Watts McCray Lawyers, Sydney
  • Complex Child Support Matters - Catherine Devine, Barrister, Victorian Bar, Melbourne

The Modern Family Law Practice

  • Reading and Understanding Financial Reports in Family Court Proceedings: De-mystifying the Jargon - Kimberley Thomas-Cook, Senior Forensic Accountant, Delbridge Forensic Accounting, Newcastle, NSW
  • Family Lawyers and Legal Professional Privilege - Kay Feeney, Director and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Feeney Family Law, Brisbane
  • Alternatives to Litigation and When to Use Them in Family Law - Gerry Holmes, Barrister, Victorian Bar, Melbourne

Family Law and Society

  • Mental Health and Legal Capacity - Dr Gary K. Banks, Principal Clinical Psychologist, Sydney Counselling Centre
  • Domestic Violence: the Fundamentals for Family Lawyers - Amy Sanders-Robbins, Senior Associate and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Hillhouse Burrough McKeown, Brisbane



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