Resources for Practitioners

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How to Qualify

Our training provides an understanding of the elements of Family Arbitration and promotes the use of Arbitration to resolve disputes on financial and property matters arising from marriage breakdown.



Financial Arbitrator training:

  • 30 June – 01 July 2018

Children Arbitrator training:

  • 01 – 02 September 2018

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Our Guide for Practitioners is for family arbitrators, judges and professional referrers. The document explains the arbitration process, which clients it is suitable for, and the legal framework.

Family Law Arbitration, 2nd edition

The latest edition of this popular book offers concise guidance on the process of arbitration in family disputes and it has been expanded to cover the new IFLA's Children Scheme. Order your copy...

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Family Law Arbitration Children Scheme Launched

The Institute of Family Law Arbitrators (IFLA) has today (18 July) launched the Family Law Arbitration Children Scheme (‘the Children Scheme’), set to bolster the use of arbitration relating to family disputes. Since its launch in 2012, family law arbitration has been...

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