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Complex parenting disputes and understanding Autism

Complex parenting disputes and understanding Autism
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Complex parenting disputes:  Understanding Autism in family law matters and Interim parenting matters involving allegations of risk to a child

2 CPD Units in Professional Skills

Time: 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Date: Tuesday 30 June 2020 

Presenters
:
Mark Anderson – Elizabeth Evatt Chambers
Ashley Kent – Legal Services Commission
Prof. Robyn Young - Author 


Chair: Melissa Boyle – Hugh Burton Chambers


These back-to-back papers will assist practitioners working in family law to navigate the more complex parenting disputes.  The first session, presented by psychologist Dr Robyn Young, will educate practitioners about managing family law matters involving children and clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  The second session, co-presented by Mr Ashley Kent and Mr Mark Anderson, will discuss the issues faced with dealing with difficult clients and interim parenting matters involving allegations of risk to a child


Fees:
Members less than 3 years: $125
Members more than 3 years: $140
Non member: $190


When
30/06/2020 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Where
Webinar ADELAIDE SA 5000 AUSTRALIA
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