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Family Law Fundamentals – Webinar

January 27 | 9:00 am4:00 pm

$258.75 – $345

Date: January 27, 2021

Time:  9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Price:  $345 + GST

 

 

In the first few years of family law practice, lawyers can greatly benefit from both substantive law knowledge and practice management skills to assist them in effectively managing matters. Join experienced practitioners to explore family property, child support, spousal support, family violence, and more.

Topics:

  • Adult interdependent partners and property and support contracts
  • Court processes and running a litigation practice during the COVID-19 pandemic, including strategies to get your documents signed and filed
  • Domestic violence and your obligations under the amendments to the Divorce Act, EPOs, and navigating the intersection between the criminal justice system and the family law system
  • Primer on principles and calculation of spousal and child support in various scenarios
  • Primer on valuing assets and the steps required to put together property charts, including some helpful tips and best practices from senior practitioners

If multiple lawyers or staff members from your firm would like to attend this webinar, please contact Craig Edhart or Carolyn Bernardin for pricing.

Chair

Heather L. McKay QC, Daunais McKay + Harms

Presenters

Timothy S. Chan, 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 

 

Details

Date:
January 27
Time:
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Cost:
$258.75 – $345
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Tickets

Unlimited available
Family Law Fundamentals - REGULAR$345.00Registration at regular price
Unlimited available
Family Law Fundamentals - 1 to 5 YEAR CALL$310.50Registration at regular price less 10% for lawyers called within the last 5 years
Unlimited available
Family Law Fundamentals - STUDENT$258.75Registration at regular price less 25% for being a law student or student-at-law