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 Dividing the Assets in Challenging Property Settlements Disputes One Day 10 Point Family Law Online Masterclass

Masterclass,Family Law,Dividing the Assets in Challenging Property Settlements Disputes One Day 10 Point Family Law Online Masterclass
Friday 10th February 2023


Vic, NSW, ACT, Tas: 9am to 4.35pm
QLD: 8am to 3.35pm
SA/NT: 8.30am to 4.05pm
WA: 6am to 1.35pm

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This masterclass has been designed to enable family lawyers to earn their 10 CPD units for the CPD year ending 31.3.23 

Delegates will attend 6 substantive law sessions live online at the Masterclass and we’ll supply 4 free on-demand video webinars – 3 covering each of the compulsory subjects plus 1 other - to view at your leisure by 31.3.23.  So all up you will earn your 10 CPD units for this CPD year.

All delegates will receive a CPD certificate following the masterclass.

  • Big Money, Big Problems? The Family Court and the Top End of Town
    • Rising property values, globalisation of commerce, dual family income, inheritance and investment growth have seen the wealth of Australians rise considerably over the last few decades, and none more so than those at the top of the tree. This session will explore how the family courts are viewing property adjustment in very wealthy family separations.
  • Counting the Cost of Family Violence on Property Settlements
    • The impact of family violence has been increasingly recognised by the courts in property settlement matters. This session examines the financial consequences of family violence.
  • Same But Different? The Impact of Relationship Status on Judicial Decision Making
    • Under the Family Law Act, de facto couples and married couples have virtually the same rights when it comes to the application of laws governing property arrangements. However, do the cases tell a different tale?  This session will examine trends in decision-making through a number of cases and provide guidance for case preparation with your client’s specific circumstances in mind.
  • The Enforcement of Family Law Financial Agreements and Section 90K(1)(d)
    • Section 90K of the Family Law Act sets out a number of grounds upon which a financial agreement may be set aside. Chief amongst these is a “material change in circumstances” arising from some aspect of the care, welfare and development of a child of the marriage. Sounds simple in theory, but section 90K can be difficult to apply in practice.
  • The Impact of Insolvency on the Family Law Asset Pool
    • After a challenging few years, it is inevitable that some family law clients may be staring down the barrel of bankruptcy or insolvency. This session examines insolvency and its impact on property settlements, with a focus on the new insolvency reforms.
  • Mind the Tax on the Way Out: Tax and Family Law
    • The increasing financial complexities of business and holding assets directly impacts family law settlements as parties seek to unravel their arrangements. This session will provide a clear guide to family lawyers on tax implications of property settlements.

In addition, all delegates will receive the following on demand video webinars.  These webinars are being recorded in February and will be provided online by end February 2023 for you to view at your leisure by 31.3.23.

  1. Negotiations and Determining When to Settle: Walking the Ethical Tightrope (ethics)
  2. For Richer and Poorer: Drafting Watertight Property Consent Orders (professional skills)
  3. Handling Volatile Clients in Family Law (practice management & business skills)
  4. Super-Size Me: Superannuation Splitting and Family Law (substantive law)

Barry Berger, Partner, Dignity EDR – Effective Dispute Resolution, Melbourne, Vic (Chair)

Paul Doolan, Partner and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Barkus Doolan Family Lawyers, Sydney, NSW

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

Rachell Davey, Partner, Lander & Rogers, Melbourne, Vic

Antonella Sanderson, Principal Solicitor/Director, Family Law Matters, Sydney, NSW (Chair)

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

Stephen Mullette, Principal, Matthews Folbigg Lawyers, Parramatta, NSW

Adrian Stone, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Gold Stone Family Lawyers, Melbourne, Victoria


10 CPD units – 6 substantive law units for attending the Masterclass PLUS we will provide you with 4 free on demand video webinars – 3 covering each of the compulsory subjects (Ethics, Practice Management & Business Skills and Professional Skills) plus one other substantive law program - for you to view at your leisure prior to 31 March 2023.  The recorded webinars will be made available for viewing by end February 2023.

Please check your CPD rules to ensure that you are able to claim 4 CPD units from viewing recorded webinars.  Most states have allowance for claiming CPD for viewing recorded webinars.  [WA Practitioners – you cannot claim our recorded webinars as we are unable to verify that you have viewed them].


If you register and pay by 20 January 2023 you will pay only $990a saving of $110 off the full price conference registration fee of $1100.

If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Event Coordinator, Hayley Williams–Cameron on (03) 8601 7730 or email: hayley@tved.net.au

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Product Code: SXFFEB23
 Price:   $990.00 (Inclusive of GST)