Parental Alienation in Private & Public Children Law - Tips & Tactics
This virtual classroom seminar split into two parts will provide you with the skills you need to litigate these difficult and intractable cases.
It will focus on the relevant caselaw and provide you with practical examples of successful, tactical litigation along with commonly made pitfalls and mistakes to avoid. It will also provide you with an invaluable opportunity to gain a better understanding of how to address the issues which come up in these cases and what is the most effective approach for dealing with them.
What You Will Learn
This live and interactive session will cover the following:
- What is parental alienation?
- How it is defined by the courts
- What are the typical features of alienation
- What is the difference between parental alienation, alienating features and intractable hostility
- What are the accompanying features of alienation
- How do allegations of alienation and domestic violence interplay
- What is the difference between alienation and estrangement
- What are the court’s duties in situations where alienation has become a defining feature of the case?
- How can we best litigate alienation
- What tips should define your approach
- What are the pitfalls to avoid
- Tactics for approaching a case with alienation
- Analysis of the most recent cases
- What are the remedies in cases involving alienation and when should they be engaged
- When do private law cases become public law cases
- What is the difference between NYAS and CAFCASS; what are the challenges of representing children in theses cases, especially if separately represented?
- Case studies
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.
1:15pm - 4:15pm
1:15pm - 4:15pm