Family Law Hub

Eliminate the ‘He Said/She Said’ – Improve communication and keep parents accountable in moderate and high conflict cases

Recording of webinar first broadcast on 9th October 2019.

  • With James Evans, Professional Liaison at OurFamilyWizard & Ben Parry-Smith, Partner at Payne Hicks Beach. and its mobile applications are often made part of the parent agreement in an effort to reduce litigation and improve co-parent communication. Learn how parents and professionals utilise its features to manage and document communication. Learn who may access the family's activity and obtain declarations on authenticated records.


    Part 1: Relevant case types (high conflict, DV, order for protection), parent behaviour, evolution of toolset. Security and privacy matters discussed. Hennepin County Family Court Pilot Project results. 

    Part 2: Dedicated to interface of tool set by parents. Communication, accountability, and transparency for documentation purposes. Implementing tools properly in different cases. Finding and eliminating he said/she said. 

    Part 3: Dedicated to court appointed professional's utilisation of tool set for oversight and intervention. New Feature overview. 

    Part 4: Order Language, Forms, parent handouts, feature overviews. 

    Learning Objectives: 

    1.Learn how these tools can help reduce the ubiquitous 'He said/She said' scenario, which so often brings families back into court.

    2.Obtain draft order language currently used to implement the service in conflicted cases.

    3.Learn how lawyers, social workers, counsel for children, mediators, and other professionals may work with and assess family needs utilising these tools.

Webcast, published: 10/10/2019


Published: 10/10/2019


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