21st September, 2023

Free Zoom Webinar. Thursday 28th September 2023 Time 4.30pm – 1 hour estimated length

Coercive and Controlling Behaviour in Private Law Children Act Cases

Speakers: Sarah Kilvington and Emily Landale

This talk will include:

• An understanding of how this is legally defined (and criminalised).
• Practical examples as to what constitutes this sort of behaviour.
• The impacts of this behaviour on the other parent and children.
• Demolishing the myths.
• Relevant case law.
• Evidence gathering.
• To “schedule” or not to schedule.
• Cross-examination points.
• QLRs – their role (and availability).

Questions will be very welcome!

Click here for further details.

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