New Family Law Webinars for 2023

Private Children Law & Practice – Shaping New Developments into Solution-Focused Answers for your Clients

This is a series of on-demand webinars which will be available from 5 December 2022 – 10 April 2023. The topics and speakers are as follows:

  • Private Children Law: Shaping new developments into solution-focused advice for your clients (Chaired by Anthony Kirk KC)
  • How do you prove parental alienation, and what evidence would satisfy the Court that an ‘alienating’ parent has changed their behaviour? (Tim Parker KC)
  • In light of recent cases, how do you evidence the necessity for a fact-finding hearing and what evidence will sway the Court’s decision? (Barbara Mills KC and Mani Basi)
  • How do you overcome Part 25 expert evidence difficulties – appointing them, challenging them, paying for them? (Martin Kingerley KC)
  • How do you persuade a court to keep a child in the UK if a parent relocates to another country – school, family relations, wishes, feelings? (Jason Green)
  • How far can you push the Court over s91(14) ‘barring’ orders now that the threshold appears to have been lowered? (Christopher Miller)
  • What is realistic and achievable when grandparents wish to secure contact? How are judges reacting? (Caroline Willbourne)
  • How do you contend with implacably hostile carers that are frustrating contact, supported by caselaw and practical examples? (Cleo Parry KC)

To watch the webinars, use the following details:

Conference Link:

Unique User ID: [email protected]


MBL – new webinars added

If, like at Stowe, you have access to MBL webinars, there have been a few new additions to the MBL family library of webinars which you may find helpful, including:

  • Financial disclosure – an update for family lawyers
  • Financial provision for children – procedure and case law
  • Getting to grips with express, resulting and constructive trusts – a one-hour guide


HMCTS – webinar recording

“Financial Remedy Contested Digital Service Overview” on YouTube here. If you did not attend the live training it is worth watching the video prior to use of the portal becoming mandatory in early 2023.

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