Parental Alienation & Private Children Law Cases
Practitioners working in private children law will often come across high conflict contact matters. Whether you represent the applicant or the respondent, there will often be blame being attributed to each other, and sadly, the child often gets caught in the middle of what is a dispute between the adults.
What should you do in situations relating to ‘implacable hostility’ and ‘parental alienation’ cases?
This webinar will consider the various options available.
What You Will Learn
This webinar will cover the following:
- A v B and C (by her Children’s Guardian) - the use of parental responsibility when having contact with a child - a useful compromise in high conflict contact cases?
- RE N-A (Children) - consideration of the judge questioning the child, and use of the guidance surrounding judges meeting children
- H- B (Contact) - is to ‘make available’, to simply allow, to encourage, or to ensure?
- CH v CT - steps to take in applying to enforce contact, by way of committal - the correct procedure
- Re R (A Child - Appeal - Termination of Contact)  - what is the position with orders for ‘no contact’?
- Implications of Re M (Children) and the duty upon the courts?
- What about implacable hostility? Consideration of G (Children: Intractable Dispute)
- What should be done in cases of intractable dispute cases? Consideration of Re A (Contact: Human Rights Violations)
- Use of section 91 (14) Directions - consideration of Re P (Section 91(14) Guidelines) (Residence and Religious Heritage)
- Is switching of residence a possibility? Implications of such steps
This pre-recorded webinar will be streamed at 12:30pm on Wednesday 29th April 2020 and will remain available to view by delegates who have registered by then for 90 days.