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Going to Court

The legal, financial and personal realities of going to Court are the focus of this course. Whether you are plaintiff, defendant, witness or just an interested party you will learn what to expect and how to prepare for a Court appearance. Participants do not need any legal knowledge and the emphasis is on practical problem-solving and alternative methods of dispute resolution.

Aim: Convey the implications of the Court experience

On completion participants will be able to:

  • Explain the roles of those involved in a Court appearance
  • Synopsise the structure of the Courts
  • Explain the difference between civil and criminal law
  • Identify key legal aspects of the Court experience
  • Give practical advice on appearing in Court
  • Suggest tips for dealing with your lawyer
  • Advise on practical methods of staying out of Court
  • Outline options for Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Highlight recent and pending legislative changes
  • Refer to relevant information and support agencies.

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Coming Up

A Public Information Presentation entitled ‘Making a Will won’t kill you’ is to take place in Beara, County Cork at Eyeries National School at 7.30pm on Tuesday 23 February 2016. Hosted by Eyeries NS Parents’ Association and delivered by Anne O’Carroll of Cascade Training Consultancy, this jargon-free presentation gives practical tips on how to make a will, what happens if you don’t and how best to provide for your loved ones, avail of tax breaks and ensure peace of mind. This event is a fund-raiser for the school and is open to all, but parents of young children or other dependents are particularly encouraged to attend. There will be a Question & Answer session afterwards and handouts will be provided.

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Family Mediation Service

Very good overview [of Family Law on Separation or Breakdown] and pointers on where to get more detailed information.

I found most helpful the way in which the law was put into context in real situations.

Best training to date, delighted that Powerpoint was only a minor part of training technique !

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