Family Law Essentials Series: Dealing with Disclosure: Knowing What Documents to Seek and Knowing the Ramifications if you Fail to Disclose

In part four of this series for young lawyers, you'll delve into the significance and detail of disclosure in family law proceedings. You'll gain clarity on the necessary documents to seek and understand the repercussions of failing to disclose them. 

Wednesday, 4 September 2024
Early Bird Discount ends 10 May 2024 $112.00
Description

Attend and earn 1 CPD unit in Professional Skills
This program is applicable to practitioners from all States & Territories

Chair

Sarah Yigit, Senior Associate, Pearson Emerson; Family Law Rising Star, Doyle’s Guide 2024

Professional Skills
4.00pm to 5.15pm Dealing with Disclosure: Knowing What Documents to Seek and Knowing the Ramifications if You Fail to Disclose

 

  • Defining the duty of disclosure in Family Law: When does the duty apply?
  • What documents need to be disclosed: financial vs parenting matters
  • What are the consequences of failing to comply with the duty of disclosure?

Presented by Eleanor Lau, Partner, Family & Relationship Law, Lander & Rogers; Accredited Specialist in Family Law; Leading Family & Divorce Lawyer, Doyle’s Guide 2024

Presenters


Eleanor Lau, Partner, Family & Relationship Law, Lander & Rogers
Eleanor is an Accredited Family Law Specialist who practises exclusively in Family & Relationship Law. Eleanor has assisted clients in all areas of family law including property settlement, spousal maintenance, parenting matters, child support, financial agreements and matters involving international issues. Having an accounting background and completed a Master of Laws in Corporation and Commercial law, Eleanor is well-versed in advising clients across the spectrum of family law issues with particular expertise on financial matters involving complex structures such as trusts, companies and partnerships, including where assets are held both within Australia and overseas. Eleanor is also experienced in complex parenting matters, particularly in cases where an overseas element is involved. Eleanor is a member of the Specialist Accreditation Family Law Advisory Committee, which is responsible in overseeing and assessing other family lawyers in gaining their specialist accreditation in Family Law. She has been recognised in the Doyle's Guide as a Recommended Family & Divorce Lawyer and Leading Parenting & Children's Matters Lawyer. Eleanor is one of only a small number of Cantonese and Mandarin speaking family lawyers in NSW whom have attained specialist accreditation in Family Law.


Sarah Yigit, Associate, Pearson Emerson
Sarah Yigit is a Senior Associate at Pearson Emerson Family Lawyers, an Executive Councillor of the Young Lawyers branch of the Law Society of NSW and is the Chair of the NSW Young Lawyers Family Law Sub-Committee in the Law Society of NSW. Sarah was admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria and the High Court of Australia in March 2021 and commenced practising as a family law solicitor in New South Wales in June 2021. Prior to joining Pearson Emerson in June 2021, Sarah worked as the Associate to the Deputy Chief Justice of the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (Division 1), as it is now known was, for two years, and prior to that as an Associate to two Judges of Division 2. Sarah has also worked and volunteered for over three years' in providing access to justice for victims of gender based violence. Sarah currently volunteers as a Family Law Solicitor for Marrickville Legal Centre. Sarah has a passion for promoting diversity, substantive equality and wellbeing in the profession and actively seeks to promote opportunity, community and support for Young Lawyers.




This seminar is part of a series

Family Law Essentials Series

Tailored for aspiring young professionals, this series enhances your family law practice skills. You'll receive insights from two FCFCOA Senior Judicial Registrars, a team of accredited specialists in Family Law and forensic accounting across 4 sessions. Scheduled conveniently in the late afternoon, this series is essential for all junior family lawyers.

Description

Attend the full series and earn 4 CPD units in Professional Skills
This program is applicable to practitioners from all States & Territories

If you register for the full series as a live online product after the date of an individual session, you will be sent the recording for the sessions that have passed. Alternatively, you can register for individual sessions by following the links below.

Testimonials

Really great content. Would recommend.
Great tips provided and very informative topics discussed.
Presenters were engaging and easy to understand and it was very tailored to junior lawyers.

 

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Family Law Essentials Series: Dealing with Disclosure: Knowing What Documents to Seek and Knowing the Ramifications if you Fail to Disclose

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Wednesday, 04 September 2024
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