Substantive law knowledge and practice management skills greatly benefit lawyers in effectively managing family law matters.
Join us for a full-day deep dive into the fundamentals of family law. If you are unable to block off the entire day for this program, don’t worry. Your registration includes access to the recordings and materials so you can watch and learn at your convenience. Register today!
Date: January 27, 2021
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Price: $345 + GST
Effective Family Law Practice During COVID-19
Learn more about court processes and pandemic operations, including new court procedures, litigation management, e-filing, remote commissioning, virtual questioning, desk applications, and other pandemic best practices.
Adult Interdependent Partners and Property and Support Contracts
Explore why, when, and how to draft agreements addressing property and support obligations between adult interdependent partners. Walk away with practical tips and precedents as well as a greater understanding of how to advise clients and prepare agreements that comply with the Family Property Act.
Matrimonial Property Equalization Charts
Everybody uses a different chart or table to divide matrimonial property. Discuss what should (and should not) be in them, by looking at various examples. Consider what information lawyers should have to create useful Charts.
Understand your obligations under the amendments to the Divorce Act as it relates to domestic violence. Discuss EPOs and how to navigate the intersection between the criminal justice system and the family law system.
Spousal and Child Support Scenarios
Hear a primer on principles and calculation of spousal and child support in various scenarios.
Heather L. McKay QC, Daunais McKay + Harms
Timothy S. Chan, Daunais McKay + Harms
Jonathan F. Griffith, Daunais McKay + Harms
Christopher A. Jackson, Jackson Law
Imogen Jenkins, Daunais McKay + Harms
Emily Koch, Daunais McKay + Harms
Katherine Palmer, Strathcona Law Group
Dustin Tkachuk, Lawrence & Tkachuk