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Relocation Applications in the Family Law Courts

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CPD Points 1
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$109.00
Competency Substantive Law and Procedural Law

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Relocation Applications in the Family Law Courts

Grace Lawson practices as a Barrister in Queensland. Her practice includes family law, personal injury law, and employment law. Grace also practices as a Mediator, and mediates disputes in all areas of law adopting a facilitative approach.

Course Summary

Relocation matters are challenging for both the courts and practitioners to manage and resolve. This course provides a step by step overview of the application process for practitioners.

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This course provides guidance for practitioners on drafting relocation applications, and responding to applications served on their clients. The course also discusses:

  • The process for making (or responding to) relocation applications;
  • The relevant considerations under the governing legislation;
  • How best to draft supporting affidavits and written submissions;
  • What types of evidence to obtain in support of an application (or response); and
  • How best to present the evidence to the court.
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