These webinars will provide lawyers with an understanding of financial abuse and its relevance to family law financial matters. The importance of addressing financial abuse during pre-action procedures and the course of proceedings will be addressed. Other avenues to address financial abuse will also be explored.
The webinar series comprises three standalone webinars:
A practical guide to financial abuse anddivision of property
Wednesday 22 February 2023
A practical guide to financial abuse and spousal maintenance
Wednesday 8 March 2023
A practical guide to financial abuse and child support
Wednesday 22 March 2023
Book a place at a webinar, and you will get a link to the recording on the Monday after the webinar.
Who is this series for?
The webinars are aimed at lawyers who undertake Family Law work and are interested in gaining an understanding of the relevance of financial abuse in financial matters. A basic understanding of Family Law will be beneficial to participants.There will be opportunities to ask questions during each live event.
Solicitor CPD points:
This series may count towards your annual CPD units. Please check the requirements in your state or territory.
Maria Monastiriotis, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Financial Abuse Service NSW at Redfern Legal Centre.
Maria has been practising family law since 1993 and has extensive experience helping clients in all facets of family law, including parenting and property matters, child support, spousal maintenance, financial agreements and de facto relationship matters. She has considerable experience in advocacy as well as mediations and settlements by negotiation. Maria has presented to lawyers for the College of Law and Legalwise, as well as RLC.
RLC’s Financial Abuse Service:
NSW’s only specialist statewide service that provides free legal support to people experiencing financial abuse in intimate partner relationships. Our groundbreaking service brings together expertise in family law and consumer credit law to offer clients complementary pathways to resolve their intersecting legal issues. This innovative model also allows us to identify and address systemic issues impacting our clients' family law financial matters.
The fee entitles one person to attend a live webinar and watch the recording of that webinar. All amounts include GST.
Government agency or private law firm
$110 per webinar per person
Low-bono firm or non-government non-profit eg. CLC
$60 per webinar per person
Bookings & payments: You can book places at one, two or all three webinars on the one booking form. Simply BOOK NOW and select:
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. A 14-year-old Indigenous boy who was hospitalised with head injuries after an encounter with NSW Police officers in September is fighting to have an upcoming hearing examining the officers’ conduct open to the public.
The NSW Government’s ‘law and order’ response to the pandemic created significant fines debt and damaged community-police relations in some of the most disadvantaged parts of the state, according to a new UNSW Law School report.