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 Eighth Annual Melbourne Family Law Conference e-book
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The last 12 months have been one of the most challenging times for family lawyers: fluctuating property values, coupled with the lingering effects of COVID-19, have coincided with the biggest overhaul in family law since 1975.

This year’s program covers a range of important and topical issues for family lawyers, including the impact of relationship status on judicial decision making, access and overnight stays in parenting arrangements, as well as counting the cost of family violence on property settlements. It also includes a deep dive into superannuation splitting, as well as challenging the experts in asset valuations. 

Property and Financial Matters

  • Big Money, Big Problems? The Family Court and the Top End of Town
  • All’s Fair in Love and War, except when it comes to Binding Financial Agreements
  • Counting the Cost of Family Violence on Property Settlements
  • Same Same But Different? The impact of Relationship Status on Judicial Decision Making

Challenges in Parenting Matters

  • The Long and Winding Road: Child Relocation and Travel
  • How Young is too Young? Access and Overnight Stays in Parenting Arrangements

Litigation and Carving Up the Citadel

  • Have Costs become the Weapon of Choice for the Courts?
  • Super-Size Me: Superannuation Splitting and Family Law
  • Factoring in Tax in Family Law Property Settlements

3 Compulsory CPD Topics

  • Professional skillsAppointing and Challenging the Experts in Family Law Asset Valuations
  • Practice management & business skillsHandling Volatile Clients in Family Law
  • Ethics:  Negotiations and Determining When to Settle: Walking the Ethical Tightrope
 THE FACULTY

The Honourable Nahum Mushin AM, Melbourne, Vic

John Spender, Principal, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Kennedy Partners, Melbourne, Vic

Wendy Kayler-Thomson, Partner, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Forte Family Lawyers, Melbourne, Vic

Adam Cooper, Principal, Cooper Family Law, Brisbane, Qld

Justine Woods, Partner, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers, Brisbane, Qld

Jacob Clancy, Senior Associate, Clancy & Triado, Melbourne, Vic

Evelyn Young, Partner, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Mitchell Family Law, Melbourne, Vic

Gerry Holmes, Barrister, Victorian Bar, Melbourne, Vic

Lino Marchetti, Barrister & Nationally Accredited Mediator, Owen Dixon Chambers East, Melbourne, Vic

Jacky Campbell, Partner, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Forte Family Lawyers, Melbourne, Vic

Briana Kotzapavlidis, Partner, Hargreaves Family Lawyers, Melbourne, Vic

Suzanne Delbridge, Director, Delbridge Forensic Accounting, Newcastle, NSW

Paul Fildes, Principal, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Taussig Cherrie Fildes Lawyers, Melbourne, Vic

Barry Berger, Director, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Dignity.EDR, Melbourne, Vic

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 Price:  $198.00 (Inclusive of GST)