Presented by The Association of Collaborative Family Law Professionals of Nova Scotia, Hilary Linton’s workshop on “Identifying, Assessing, and Managing Power Imbalance & Family Violence in Family Dispute Resolution Processes” is scheduled to be delivered on June 7 & 8. See flyer for course and registration details.
Power Imbalance Training in Halifax – June 7 & 8, 2019
Speaking at Annual Joint Family Law Program
On March 15, 2019, Hilary will be speaking at the Annual Joint Family Law Program, (Jointly presented by the Law Society of Manitoba, The Court of Queen’s Bench Family Division Judges and The Manitoba Bar Association, Family Law Section) about best practices and latest developments in screening for power imbalance and intimate partner violence in family dispute resolution processes— family mediation, arbitration and parenting coordination. Click here for more information.
Fall & Winter 2018 Newsletter
Our latest Fall & Winter 2018 newsletter is out now! Click the active link for updates on our family mediation services and training: ow.ly/W0jQ30mXQTv
Osgoode Training – Fall 2018
From October 29 – November 2, 2018, Hilary Linton and Elizabeth Hyde will deliver an intensive five-day training session on “Non-Adversarial Resolution of Family Law Issues” in the Family Law LL.M. program at Osgoode’s Professional Development Programme.
Featured PC Article on OBA Site
On September 18, Elizabeth Hyde’s article on “The (Unique) Perils of the Parenting Coordination Process” was featured in the “Recent Articles” section of the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) website. The article is accessible to OBA section members, and by request by non-members. It is also our featured Blog post of the week! You can read the full article here.
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@FDRIOntario Thank you for sharing this information. It is important for people to understand the mandatory requirements for family arbitration and how it differs from other forms of DR as well as the court process.
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Register today for our upcoming webinar with METRAC on May 31rst entitled "Dealing with the Children's Aid Society: what parents should know". Learn more or register at: https://t.co/TVyuihxHY2
There is lots happening in parenting coordination. Join FDRIO today and attend our next PC section meeting June 4. Login to your member profile page today to get connected. #parentingcoordination #FDRPPC #certification