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Interest of the Child – Family Law Custody Disputes (2016) – 1 CPD Unit

$66.00 $66.00

Interest of the Child – Family Law Custody Disputes – Jane K Petrolo, Barrister, 1 CPD Unit – Substantive Law. Watch on-demand 24/7, any device. Ready when you are. All CPD for Me accounts include LogCPD where you can store and record CPD activities, from any provider – by CPD period. Simply print or email your Activity Statement when you have completed your CPD requirements.

Product Description

Jane K Petrolo discusses family law custody disputes and what is best for the child.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding what issues that Court takes into consideration when deciding custody disputes
  • Learn about the rights and duties of each parent in such disputes
  • Understanding steps should be taken to help prepare a client, before the commencement of such court proceedings

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Further Information

Once purchased, this on-demand seminar will be available in your account (log in top left) and found under Available Downloads until 31/3/2017.

Alternatively, it is also offered as part of CPD for Me’s 10 unit packages, from $40 a unit.

This one hour seminar = 1 CPD unit for one fee earner only. Please contact us if you require other fee earners in your firm to watch and record this a part of their CPD requirements (additional charges will apply).

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