Join us for our first Family Law Workshop for 2019 to explore Parenting Coordination, the growth of this exciting development in Australia, and how it may impact or be implemented by your practice.

Parenting Coordination is a child-centred process for conflicted, divorced and divorcing parents. It is a form of dispute resolution for parents to help them arrange their ongoing parenting arrangements before, during and after they have reached their final Court Orders.  Parenting Coordination aims to reduce the need for contravention and enforcement proceedings and with the Court already making Orders for parties to attend Parenting Coordination Programs, this Workshop is not to be missed.

In this seminar you will hear from internationally trained and practicing Parenting Coordinators Cassandra Pullos and Dr Anne Purcell as they explore the process and benefits of this new approach to parenting dispute resolution.  Draft Orders will be provided to participants to assist when preparing Orders for suitable matters that may require Parenting Coordination.

Cassandra Pullos is an Accredited Family Law Specialist with over 30 years of experience. She specialises in dispute resolution practices including Mediation, Collaborative Practice, Parenting Coordination & Arbitration.

Dr Anne Purcell is a dispute resolution specialist focusing on the psychology of interpersonal communication and conflict. She practices as a mediator, family dispute resolution practitioner (FDRP), communication and family professional in the collaborative law process, a parenting co-ordinator and as an international speaker and trainer.

The breakfast seminar will be hosted by Vanessa Hernandez – a principal at BTLawyers who works with clients who are separating, divorced or experiencing domestic violence.

Join us for what will be a very popular seminar to discuss Parenting Coordination.

Date: 14 February, 2019
Time: 7:45am – 9:00am (registration at 7:30am)
Location: Ibis Styles – Lvl 2, MAS Studio, 40 Elizabeth St, Brisbane

A light breakfast will be provided with an opportunity to network with other participants and our guest speakers. Places are strictly limited to 50.

Please click here to register by Friday 25 January 2019.