The Hear the Child Report in family law is new. The Hear the Child Report is intended to inform parents, their legal counsel and the Court of the views of the child regarding the parenting arrangements of the child. Increasingly, clients are requesting the Hear the Child Report and Courts are ordering them. As a result, those involved in family law matters need to know how to manage the process for the Hear the Child Report.
In this webinar, you will learn how to manage the process for the Hear the Child Report in a sensitive and effective manner. A practical scenario of parenting arrangements commonly found in family law practice will be used to guide the discussion from the start of the process of the Hear the Child Report to the end when it is filed in Court. You will learn about best practices in the Hear the Child Practice Guidelines. You will learn how to find trained child interviewers. Representative fee structures, a sample Hear the Child Report agreement and a precedent, suitable for filing in Court, will be provided.
Take this webinar and learn from the experts, who are qualified, in this emerging field on how to manage the process for the Hear the Child Report. You should take this course if you are: a counselor, clinical counselor, Family Justice Counsellor, mental health professional, mediator, arbitrator, social worker or family lawyer.
Trudi Lynne Brown, QC, Brown Henderson Melbye
Mary E. Mouat, QC, Quadra Legal Centre
Bobbi Poushinsky, C.Med., Bobbi Poushinsky Mediation Services Inc.
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC
This is the archived version of a program presented on May 22, 2014.
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