International Aspects of Care Proceedings - The Key Issues
Many care cases give rise to international issues, some of which may materialise in urgent situations, and this course aims to ensure you are well equipped to deal with them.
The course will also assist in consolidating your knowledge on certain key areas of practice together with providing key principles that can be applied, and will highlight pitfalls to avoid. It will consider recent case-law which is imperative for those practitioners advising in this area.
What You Will Learn
This course will cover the following:
- The President's Guidance issued for international family law cases
- Jurisdiction in care cases, including:
- The Supreme Court decisions on habitual residence
- Evidence to consider regarding habitual residence
- When Article 13 Brussels II Revised and jurisdiction based on the child's presence can be deployed
- Best practice in preparing for jurisdiction hearings
- Transfers to a court better placed to hear the case pursuant to Article 15 Brussels II Revised and the Supreme Court case of Re N 
- Application of the Vienna Convention to care cases and obligations thereunder
- Abduction of children subject to interim care orders during care proceedings and what practical steps can be taken including orders for disclosure against third parties
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