Family Law Arbitration: An online "how to" series

Register for one or all three

Discover which cases most benefit from arbitration, how to initiate the process, secure the right arbitrator, prepare the documents, make the most of arbitration and ensure enforcement

You will be able to register for one from $95 or all three from $245.


How to Initiate Family Law Arbitration 24 September, 4 - 5.15pm

Learn how to start an arbitrationget agreement to arbitrate, find the right arbitrator, and use the new powers under the Trusts Act 2019 to arbitrate trust disputes.

With Kate Wiseman who specialises in trust and family financial law amid a more general civil practice.

“Where possible I prefer to help clients settle disputes out of Court, but I am glad the Courts are there to provide resolution when settlement is not possible. I have experience in the District, Family and High Courts as well as the Court of Appeal.”

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How to Prepare for Family Law Arbitration 4 October, 4 – 5.15pm

Learn about preparing for arbitration and advocacy in arbitration. How to make the most of the process, what can happen using the different procedural options.

With experienced arbitrator, John Walton. John is also a Construction Contracts Act adjudicator and commercial mediator. He practises out of Bankside Chambers, Auckland and Maxwell Chambers, Singapore.

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How to Enforce an Arbitral Award 23 October, 4 – 5.15pm

Learn how enforceable an arbitrational award is and how to ensure it is enforced.

With Jeremy Johnson who is an experienced litigator and dispute resolution specialist.  He has particular expertise in commercial, insolvency, equity and trust law.  Jeremy is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and holds a STEP Advanced Certificate in Trust Disputes, placing first in his global class.

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Who should attend:

Family lawyers, aspiring family law arbitrators and anyone interested in family dispute resolution