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Tue, Apr 23

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Webinar, Virtual Event

Bringing the Parenting Expert's Voice into Family Law Matters

Discussing when and how to include Parenting Experts in family law matters (PN7 and PN8) with respect to determining court-ordered interventions, drafting court orders as well as creating and maintaining a multidisciplinary approach to managing processes that include a Parenting Expert.

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Bringing the Parenting Expert's Voice into Family Law Matters
Bringing the Parenting Expert's Voice into Family Law Matters

Time & Location

Apr 23, 2024, 12:00 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.

Webinar, Virtual Event

About the event

Presenters: 

  • Honourable Justice Jennifer Shaften, Alberta Court of Justice 
  • Sasha Joshi, Family Lawyer
  • Meghan Hanson, Legal Aid Alberta
  • Nancy Rohatinsky, Registered Psychologist, Parenting Coordinator and Arbitrator

When:  Tuesday, April 23rd, 2024 12:00 - 1:15 p.m.

What: Discussing when and how to include Parenting Experts in family law matters (Alberta Court of King's Bench Family Practice Note 7 and Family Practice Note 8) with respect to determining court-ordered interventions, drafting court orders as well as creating and maintaining a multidisciplinary approach to managing processes that include a Parenting Expert.

What parties and the courts are seeking is not always compatible with what Parenting Experts are able to provide due to professional and ethical limitations. Additionally, Parenting Experts are not necessarily aware of the limitations of legal processes or what the Court is looking for. This presentation is an opportunity to highlight factors for consideration when counsel are looking to include Parenting Experts ("PE") and how PE's can be of most assistance.

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