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Self Litigation Workshop – Frank Hicks

Filed under: General — mama @ 2:40 pm Tue 20th November 2018

What: Parenting/Self-litigation through Family Court 6-hour workshop
Host: Guardians of our Children Charitable Trust-Frank Hicks
Who can attend: Anyone can attend but numbers are strictly limited to
eight. Book your spot early by emailing Frank Hicks at [email protected]
for registration form or call on 027 223 4595
Cost: Koha
When: Saturday 8 December 2018
Where: Parenting Place, 300 Great South Road, Greenlane, Auckland
Time: 9am – 3pm [please arrive no later than 15 minutes prior to start]
Parking: Onsite all day free parking in spaces designated to Parenting
Food: Light snacks and refreshments provided for morning and afternoon
What to bring: A notebook and pen. An open mind and a warm heart

7 Responses to “Self Litigation Workshop – Frank Hicks”

  1. mama says:

    This may be what you need.

  2. Evan Myers says:

    Are you still allowed a McKenzie friend?

    I suppose if you are, this might be a good place to make a contact with someone in a similar position.

  3. mama says:

    # 2, Evan,, yes, Mckenzie friends can be a great choice, but to take ownership of the situation after being coached at the beginning can go a long way to restoring self esteem and get some brotherhood time and timely advice.

    It is such a shame, that initial scramble has you headless and head for the contact of a lawyer.

    First Advice is the important one, before you get yourself in to a mess, but more often than not the advice is to see a lawyer, then you can really get yourself into a mess.

    Just ask Frank.

  4. Ministry of Men's Affairs says:

    We highly recommend this course and Frank as presenter.

  5. Allan Harvey says:

    Agreed, Frank has an excellent approach and will save you a lot of heartache and money.

  6. Evan Myers says:

    What’s this from RNZ?

    The new Family Violence Amendments Act will significantly improve the response to domestic violence, a domestic abuse organisation says.

  7. Evan Myers says:

    Police have made their first arrest under new family violence legislation that came into force this week.

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