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Family Law Conference 2015

NZ $180.00
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Anita Chan QC  
Chair: Anita Chan QC
Barrister
Dunedin
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Chair: Anita Chan
Authors: Vicki Ammundsen, Robert Bowe, Vanessa Bruton, Jan Chappell, Paul Collins, Dr Allan Cooke, Vivienne Crawshaw, Professor John Dawson, Dr Anthony Duncan, Ewan Eggleston, Hana Ellis, Associate Professor Shelley Griffiths, Frances Gush, Professor Harlene Hayne, Professor Mark Henaghan, Mike Mason, Ruth Herbert, Jane Hunter, Belinda Inglis, Ian Kennedy AM, Alastair Logan, Her Honour Judge Ida Malosi, Mike Mason, Stephen McCarthy, Emily Morrow, Her Honour Judge Jill Moss, Caryl O’Connor, Jessica Palmer, Iris Reuvecamp, Thomas Sasser, His Honour Judge David Smith, Dr Bruce Smyth, Dorothy Thresher, Bridgette Toy-Cronin, Stephen van Bohemen, Jason Wren
Published: 9 November 2015
Pages: 596

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Introduction

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Content outline

  • The Family Court Post-reforms
  • The Art of Practising Family Law
  • Technology
  • The Australian Child Support Reforms: a recent evaluation
    • Counting Sleeps… Care Arrangements and Recognised Care Under the Amended Child Support Formula Act
  • Interim Relief – Property (Relationships) Act
  • Broaden the Scope of your Practice – Surviving the Changing Times
  • Vulnerable Children – CYF’S and a Practitioner’s Perspective
    • Vulnerable Children: the Ministry’s perspective
  • Hot Topics in the Interaction Between Trusts and Relationship Property
  • Ethics
  • Spousal Maintenance – are we too timid?
  • The Legal Concept of Capacity
    • A Clinical Perspective on Capacity Assessment in the Elderly
    • The Family Lawyer’s Role in Balancing the Principles of Autonomy and Beneficence in the Appointment of EPOAs
  • Tax Implications of Relationship Property Settlements
  • Business Valuations in Family Law Cases
  • The High-conflict Post-separation Shared-time Family
  • Children’s Memory – implications for the Court
  • Past, Present and Future of Pre-nuptial Agreements
  • Lawyer for Child – has the landscape really changed?
  • International Aspects of Financial Cases: the tussle for jurisdiction
    • Trans-Tasman Proceedings Act and Family Law
  • Wills and Estates: challenges in practice from the practitioner’s perspective
    • Wills and Estates: challenges in practice from the litigator’s perspective
  • Family Violence – a complex issue
  • Domestic Violence in the New Evidential Environment
  • Searching for a Legal Oasis – legal service provision and the “justice gap”
  • How to Cross Examine an Expert
  • Section 15 – Property (Relationships) Act
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