DIY - Family Separation Programme

The DIY - Family Separation programme is intended for parents going through the separation and divorce process and wish to gain skills and strategic tools to effectively deal with separation and navigate the available options of resolving their parental disputes amicably in or out of the court. The Programme

Courses and contents

The DIY - Family Separation programme consists of two courses designed to meet the needs of separated parents at several stages of their separation journey such as; the early stages of separation, Family Mediation, dealing with emotions and the Family Court proceedings. The programme purpose is to equip separated parents with the skills and strategic tools to effectively deal with separation & to resolve their parental disputes amicably in or out of the Family court and avoid exposing their children to conflict .

Family Court Litigation Course

This course consists of several modules which are aimed to provide participants a greater understanding of the Family Justice overview, the Family Court prescribed procedures and processes and how to manage their court cases, initiate and respond to applications, dealing with conferences and hearing and more.

Separation, whats involved Course

This course is intended for parents who are newly separated or planning to separate and want to know more about the process of separation. How to manage their family separation and how to navigate the best available options without the court intervention and reduce their childrens’ exposure to conflict through the process

DIY – FAMILY SEPARATION-PROGRAMME 9

Virtual Community Workshops

FDSS Coaches facilitate and run several community virtual workshops to provide information for separated parents at their several stages of separation journey or the Family Court proceedings. The workshops are delivered online and facilitated by experienced McKenzie Friends and Coaches who have extensive knowledge and experience in helping parents to resolve parental disputes in or out of the Family Court. 

Early Prevention is the key

High Parental conflict and vexatious litigation are extremely detrimental not only to the parents, but also to the children involved as well. Many parents face several challenges as they go through their family separation process and how to resolve matters in disputes amicably with or without the court intervention. The majority struggle to understand how to navigate the complex adversarial Family court system nor are able to protect themselves and avoid high parental conflict litigation.

Family Court Litigation

Course Overview : This 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  

Separation - Whats involved

Course Overview : This course is intended for parents who are newly separated or planning to separate and want to know more about the process of separation. How to manage their family separation and how to navigate the best available options without the court intervention and reduce their childrens’ exposure to conflict.

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/DonationTo 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

OrganiserFDSS – 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

More Information: Check our FAQ’s page or the Workshops Calendar

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