Family Court Litigation Course
The Family Court Litigation Course is designed to assist separated parents to learn and develop fundamental and advanced skills and strategies of resolving their Parental Disputes in the Family Court. How to initiate and respond to applications and manage their cases using a pragmatic child-focused litigation strategy
Modules: This course consists of 4 Modules each 1-2 hours delivered weekly over 4 week period. Upon registration, attendees must attend the core module M1 Family Court Processes. You can then choose any of the remaining 3 modules depending on your circumstances and needs.
M1 – Family Court Processes – up to 2 hours
Ideal participants: Current or prospect Applicants or Respondents involved in any Family Court Proceedings. This is a core module and is required to be completed before attending the other modules.
Module Contents: An overview of the Family court processes, legislation, and general proceedings types and tracks. How to initiate and respond to applications and court events, when and how to do things according to the prescribed rules, writing affidavits, memoranda and submissions. How to initiate and respond interlocutory matters and notices. The evidential requirements in the family court. and how the evidence is assessed in the family court, types of evidence, cross-examination and witnesses summons.
Course Description: Visit the Workshops Page
Delivery method: All Modules are delivered through online Video & Audio workshops
Registration: Online registration is mandatory prior to attending the workshops. Registration fee by Koha/Donation
Workshops Calendar: To register – visit our Workshops Calendar page . Choose the module/s you interested in and complete the online registration form.
Presenters: FDSS Coaches and McKenzie friends / Family Court Lay assistants with over a decade of experience dealing with family disputes and helping parents through the process in the Family Court. Check our Clients’ reviews
Organiser: FDSS – Family Disputes Support Services is a not-for-profit community organisation and a registered charitable trust, offers help and support for parents dealing parental disputes in or out of the Family Court