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Financial Abuse and Family Law - Campbelltown
Events

23 May 2024

This face to face networking event will discuss when money is used as a form or power and coercion. How do the banks and courts respond, and what other supports are available?

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Main Event - Child Inclusion in the New Age
Events

25 March 2024

With imminent amendments to the Family Law Act, the Main Event 2024 will put children at the heart of the discussion with a focus on child inclusive practice. Please join us to hear from our two eminent speakers and panelists in an evening designed to encourage you to think as well as network with others across the sector.

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Financial Abuse and Family Law - Sydney FCFCOA
Events

30th November 2023

This face to face networking event will discuss when money is used as a form or power and coercion. How do the banks and courts respond, and what other supports are available?

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Separated Parents - living under the same roof
Events

2nd November 2023

Please join us to hear from our experts as they unpack this growing and complicated family law issue.

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Financial Abuse and Family Law
Events

22nd June 2023

This face to face networking event will discuss when money is used as a form or power and coercion. How do the banks and courts respond, and what other supports are available?

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Family Lawyers and Colleagues - Cheese and Wine Evening in The Sutherland Shire
Events

27th June 2023

Please join us for this free event at the Interrelate Caringbah Family Relationship Centre and Children's Contact Centre for an evening of showcasing the FRC services and networking with local lawyers.

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Supporting children's mental health during parental separation
Events

14 June | 5 July | 26 July | 16 August

The National Family Law Pathways Networks in collaboration with Emerging Minds invite you to participate in our upcoming 4 part webinar series. Supporting children’s positive mental health during parental separation is a vital prevention and early intervention strategy for the wellbeing of children and families, now and into the future.

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Managing risk in parenting matters - working proactively with alleged perpetrators.
Events

15th March 2023

Following on from our recent webinars, we continue the discussion of risk in parenting matters. List to our experts discuss how solicitors work with clients accused of perpetrating family violence, how the Men's FASS service works with clients and how Men's Behaviour Change programs work. ‍

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Mental Illness: Always an unacceptable risk?
Events

27 March 2023

The GSFLPN Main Event 2023 will focus on a range of mental illnesses that can affect people and the impact this can have on their parenting ability.

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Cultural & Linguistic Diversity in the Family Law System
Events

23 November 2022

This networking event will unpack what it means to provide cultural safety in the family law system for culturally and linguistically diverse communities.

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Webinar Part 2 - Managing risk in parenting matters - no time or some time?
Events

2nd November 2022

Over two evenings, listen to experts discuss how risk is assessed in parenting matters. We will discuss what distinguishes a no time case from a supervised time case, how to draft orders to keep kids safe and how to address contact refusal. We will hear the different approaches to this vexed issue - a judge, lawyers and those working in contact centres.

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Webinar Part 1 - Managing risk in parenting matters - no time or some time?
Events

19 October 2022

Over two evenings, listen to experts discuss how risk is assessed in parenting matters. We will discuss what distinguishes a no time case from a supervised time case, how to draft orders to keep kids safe and how to address contact refusal. We will hear the different approaches to this vexed issue - a judge, lawyers and those working in contact centres.

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What have we learnt and where are we headed?
Events

27 June 2022

This networking and expo event presented by the Cross Sector Connection and Training committee of GSFLPN will provide an opportunity to assess what has changed and where are we headed in the FCFCOA, with a particular focus on property matters in the family law sector. As well has hearing from our two speakers, we will have representatives from across the sector providing information about low cost mediation options.

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What have we learnt and where are we headed?
Events

28 April 2022

Join us for a networking event o reflect on what has changed over the past two years in response to the pandemic and reform of the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (FCFCOA) and what the future holds for the sector

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GSFLPN December Newsletter

1 December 2021

Catch up on all the latest news in the December edition of the quarterly GSFLPN newsletter

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Family Law Pathways Network - Sydney Events

FLPN Greater Sydney Membership & Network Events

GREATER SYDNEY
FAMILY LAW PATHWAYS NETWORK
Supporting and resourcing a network of organisations and professionals operating within the broader family law system to achieve the best outcomes for separating families.ABOUT
Our range of services.Our range of services.
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Our vision is a connected family law system that minimises conflict and supports the best interests of children. We seek to achieve the vision by encouraging professionals from the legal sector and the non-legal sector to work together, and by providing opportunities to learn and share information.Our purpose is to create a clear pathway for families making their way through the family law system.SERVICE DIRECTORY
Links to useful services and resources to enhance the capacity of professionals in the legal and non-legal sector to assist families post-separation.MEMBERSHIP
Become a member of the Greater Sydney Family Law Pathways Network and contribute to creating a more collaborative family law system. There are no membership fees, the only criteria are that you work in the family sector.CONTACT
Greater Sydney Family Law Pathways NetworkBranch Office:
1C/383-385 Port Hacking Rd, Caringbah NSW 2229Our Vision
Our vision is a connected family law system that minimises conflict and supports the best interests of children.We seek to achieve this vision by encouraging professionals to work together, and providing opportunities to learn and share information.We aim to:
Establish and maintain professional relationships.
Raise knowledge of the role and expertise of all professionals in the family law system.
Provide training in a multi-disciplinary way to network members.
Our VisionOur Structure
Family Law Pathways Networks are managed by a local steering committee which draws expertise across government, non-government and legal organisations.The Network is the primary organisation that brings all public, community and private service providers together including the Family Law Judiciary, Family Relationship Centre providers, Therapists, Private Legal Practitioners, Legal Aid NSW and Community Legal Centres.A Project Officer is employed to coordinate the day to day operations of the Network.

MEMBERSHIP

Contribute to creating a more collaborative family law system. Visit the Membership page for more information.

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