Thu, Nov 16|
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Basic ENE Training: SENE
Time & Location
Nov 16, 8:00 AM – Nov 17, 5:00 PM
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About the event
Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE) is a confidential, voluntary, evaluative process designed to facilitate prompt dispute resolution in custody, parenting time (visitation), and financial matters.
Social Early Neutral Evaluation (SENE): Are you facing a challenging family law dispute, unsure about child custody arrangements, or worried about visitation rights? Discover the power of Social Early Neutral Evaluation (SENE). SENE is a compassionate and confidential process designed to help families find amicable solutions during difficult times. Our team of experienced, neutral evaluators, including family law experts and mental health professionals, will guide you through the process, offering invaluable insights into your unique situation. SENE empowers you to make child-centered decisions, reducing stress and uncertainty for both you and your children. Choose SENE for a cooperative and child-focused approach to family dispute resolution.
Financial Early Neutral Evaluation (FENE):
Navigating the complexities of divorce or separation, especially when it comes to finances, can be overwhelming. Enter Financial Early Neutral Evaluation (FENE), your key to financial clarity and resolution. Our team of skilled financial experts and family law attorneys specializes in helping couples reach equitable financial settlements. With FENE, you'll gain access to a non-binding, confidential process that provides a deep dive into your financial landscape. Whether it's asset division, spousal support, or child support, FENE offers you the tools and guidance to make informed decisions. Say goodbye to costly courtroom battles and hello to financial stability. Choose FENE for a swift and cost-effective solution to your financial disputes.
SENE Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this training, participants will be able to:
- Explain the goals and mechanics of the SENE process to clients and their attorneys.\
- State at least three factors to consider when forming a SENE team.
- State three different ways to enhance SENE team effectiveness.
- Identify at least four ethical issues associated with conducting SENE’s.
- Develop at least three methods to acquire information from clients and attorneys that will provide the SENE team with sufficient grounds to give clients and attorneys valid and reliable feedback about likely court and/or custody and parenting time evaluations.
- Describe at least five ways to constructively prepare feedback for clients and to deliver the feedback effectively.
- Describe at least five techniques to manage session behavior and create an atmosphere in the session that is conducive to a successful outcome.
- State at least two methods for reaching an agreement and memorializing the agreement.
- Identify the critical components of the SENE process.
- Articulate how the SENE process differs from other forms of evaluative and Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes.
- State three reasons why conducting SENE’s as part of a male-female team is the most effective and ethical way to provide the service.
- State two methods for conducting the SENE with a settlement.
The concept of Social Early Case Management is to assist parties in reaching resolution of family court cases before significant financial and emotional resources are expended on litigation. Ideally, parties are able to resolve matters before that process begins and causes them to become entrenched, virtually guaranteeing a lengthy and expensive court battle. An ENE usually follows from an Initial Case Management Conference (ICMC). In counties where ECM/ENE has been implemented, ICMC's are scheduled when the first pleading is filed. At the ICMC, the judicial officer explains A.DR options to the parties, including the option to participate in available ENE program(s) and the benefits they have to offer. Participation in an ENE program is voluntarily. and the decision to do so is made at the ICMC.
SENE is a confidential, settlement-oriented. accelerated alternative dispute resolution process that moves families through court as quickly, fairly and inexpensively as possible. SENEs address custody and parenting time issues, and FEN"'Es address financial issues. An SENE involves a two-person male/female team who meets with the parties and their attorneys, if represented
ENE Training -Both SENE & FENE
From $200.00 to $625.00
Choose FENE or SENE or both. SAVE $75 if you purchase both trainings.
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