Are you ready for the introduction of the Family Procedure Rules 2010 on 6 April 2011? The Rules will provide a single comprehensive set of guidance for family law proceedings in the High Court, County Court and Magistrates' Courts. Hayley Trim, Family Law Professional Support Lawyer, Jordan Publishing, provides practical insight and guidance on the new Rules, practice directions and forms. This podcast delivers essential practice expertise, cost effectively and at your convenience. Hayley will help you manage the introduction of this critical new legislation, enabling you to advise your clients about family law practice and procedure with confidence and accuracy.
Gain insight into:
The structure and scope of the Family Procedure Rules 2010
The ‘overriding objective’ and in particular:-
The Court’s case management powers and sanctions for non-compliance with the Family Procedure Rules 2010
Compliance with pre action protocols
The importance of alternative dispute resolution and considerations for the parties, in particular the mediation information and assessment meeting and when an exception can be relied on
Changes to procedure implemented by the Family Procedure Rules 2010, especially:-
*This audioCPD is a little dated and now part of the archive
Hayley Trim, Family Law PSL
Hayley is a Family Law Professional Support Lawyer for Jordan Publishing having previously practised as a family solicitor in London. She provides updates on cases and other relevant developments as they happen for the on-line major works: The Family Court Practice, Hershman and McFarlane: Children Law and Practice and Duckworth’s Matrimonial Property and Finance. She produced the case summaries for the 2010 Autumn Supplement for The Family Court Practice and has recently been analysing the new Family Procedure Rules 2010, creating destination and derivation tables for the forthcoming 2011 edition of The Family Court Practice. She contributes a regular opinion column for Family Law Newswatch and has written articles for the November and December 2010 editions of Family Law journal.
Family Proceedings Rules 1991
Family Procedure (Adoption) Rules 2005
Rules of the Supreme Court 1965
County Court Rules 1981
Goldstone v Goldstone  EWCA Civ 39
Magistrates Court Act 1980
Private Law Programme
Public Law Outline
President’s Practice Direction of 25 May 2000,  1 FLR 997
Resolution Good Practice Guide to Disclosure.
Practice Direction, Experts in Family Proceedings Relating to Children of 1 April 2008,  2 FLR 1383
Convention of 19 October 1996 on Jurisdiction, Applicable Law, Recognition, Enforcement and Co-operation in respect of Parental Responsibility and Measures for the Protection of Children
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