|Start time||8 Nov 2019 9:00am (Australia - Melbourne)|
|End time||8 Nov 2019 1:30pm (Australia - Melbourne)|
|Location||Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Level 16, 15 William Street, Melbourne|
|Speaker||See full program details|
|Catering||Includes a morning tea and refreshments|
|Designed for||Legal practitioners|
Family Law Half Day Masterclass – Drafting Complex Agreements and Orders
Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Level 16, 15 William Street, Melbourne
Contact Reception on 03 8667 5667 to book your free 3rd place!
This intensive program will take an in-depth look at the finer drafting points and important considerations in the following key areas of family law.
Our presenters will address the nuances that can arise in complex situations and give you confidence that your drafting skills are at their best.
This Special program will cover:
Binding Child Support Agreements
The Child Support system can be confusing and complex. Debts can easily accrue based on changing circumstances including changes in care, providing the wrong information, or missing or making incorrect payments. While a Binding Child Support Agreement can provide certainty between parties, it is vital that practitioners address all current and future aspects of Support. Being an enforceable Agreement by the Court, getting it wrong can have significant ramifications for you and your client if it is set aside.
This session will address issues including:
Presented by: John Spender, Principal, Kennedy Partners
Superannuation Splitting Orders
One of the most technical areas of Family Law, drafting effective Superannuation Splitting Orders is a vital skill for family law practitioners. Requiring the key knowledge of the Superannuation Law aspects of the Family Law Act 1975, it is a challenge dealing with this highly technical and increasingly complex area of law.
This session will offer:
Presented by: Aaron van der Heyden, Principal, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Tisher Liner FC Law
Spousal Maintenance will only be payable when certain criteria is met. This usually relates to a large disparity in income between parties, financial needs and financial capacity. As there is no set formula for how much spousal maintenance should and will be paid, family law practitioners should be aware of when spousal maintenance should be negotiated and how to draft the relevant orders to ensure their client will receive the ongoing support into the future.
This session will cover issues including:
Binding Financial Agreements
A Binding Financial Agreement (BFA) can be entered into before, during and after marriage, or de facto relationship, and can be a minefield for family law practitioners. In light of ongoing litigation before the courts to have Binding Financial Agreements set aside, many family law practitioners are concerned about preparing or signing them.
This session will focus on the practical aspects of drafting Binding Financial Agreements and examine:
Professional Skills: 4.0