In this free 1 hour webinar, Lyndsey Sambrooks-Wright and Natalie Wilkins will discuss how to approach proceedings involving domestic violence allegations, including PD12J, schedules of allegations, fact-finding hearings and recent caselaw developments, and the legal arguments for promoting contact with non-resident parents, even where there have been some negative findings. They will also consider the recent case law in the most complex cases, including intractable cases and those involving alleged parental alienation.
Date and Time
The webinar will be held on Monday 19 April 2021 at 1pm.
This webinar will only be available on Monday 19 April 2021 at 1pm, a recording will not be made available for viewing at a later date. This is at the speakers’ request.
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Natalie practises in asylum, immigration and nationality, family, housing and public law. She has represented many vulnerable clients, including children, clients with serious mental health difficulties, domestic violence survivors and victims of trafficking.
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Lyndsey joined Garden Court North Chambers in 2019. She is regularly instructed in public and private family law matters, including cases with an international element, as well as the Court of Protection. Lyndsey also maintains a criminal defence practice and is an experienced mediator.
To view Lyndsey’s full bio, please click HERE.
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