FREE JALI FAMILIA PRE-TRAINING INFORMATION EVENTS
Register today for invitation to an obligation free pre-training information event. Be positioned to achieve higher success rates and mediated agreements. Join us in creating multigenerational wealth for families.
EXECUTIVE COURSE IN FAMILY WEALTH & ESTATE PLANNING IN FAMILY WEALTH MEDIATION FOR MEDIATORS AND FAMILY ADVISORS
Early Bird Reservation by April 1st 2020.
We have found the elephant in the Kenyan family living room. Alternate dispute resolution mechanisms being top-of-mind and accessible for families might be one of the avenues to tame it.
While mediating in the arena of family property, succession and inheritance, it is important that we have a good understanding of how individuals and families can hold, share and distribute property and that we have practical knowledge about the options available to these individuals and families to manage inheritance and succession.
This knowledge will empower us as mediators to guide families to craft solutions to their disputes that are practical, wholistic and which enable these individuals and families to build family unity and wealth from one generation to another.
We would not just be resolving disputes, we would be enriching lives!
In the Kenya survey #JaliFamilia. Is succession a success in Kenya?’ Kenyans seek for your help. Your help as a mediator and family advisor. Families consider as desirable to find a way that is economical; providing rapid settlements and have a deep seated desire to have less fights year after year and greater unity. These and more are benefits that a mediator brings into the mediation process.
The State of the Judiciary and Administration of Justice Report (SOJAR 2018-2019) reported that “Mediation unlocks Sh7b tied in 1,879 family, civil disputes”. This was after 2,905 cases were screened and referred through the Court Annexed Mediation (CAM) programme running in 12 counties including; Eldoret, Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Nyeri, Kisii, Machakos, Garissa, Kakamega and Embu.
This means that over 1,000 families still have to go back into the litigation process, back into the court backlog, scouting for advisors and deeper into the adversarial process.
The emotional and financial toll on parties involved in disputes classified as ‘family’ and specifically fueled in the mystical interests in the formulae used in the division and distribution of family wealth, calls for new ways to improve client experiences in the devolution of wealth while providing sustainable outcomes that outrun generations.
Main Course Dates
Module 1 – 23rd April 2020
Clinic – 30th April 2020
Module 2 – 28th May
Clinic – 4th June
Total Course Cost – Kshs. 40,000 payable as follows
Module 1 – 15,000/=
Module 2 – 25,000/=
Participants who pay for the full course at once pay a discounted fee of Kshs. 35,000/=
Wangari Kabiru, Convenor, Chartered Mediator.
Wanjiru Nduati, Advocate, Certified Trust and Estate Planner. Member at Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners Worldwide.
Design and Duration
Over a period of two (2) months; classroom and mediation clinics
Pre-Training Informational Events
Are there minimum age requirements to enter the event?
This course is recommended for mediators and family advisors.
Accessibility including transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The venue is in Nairobi. With wheelchair ramps and has ample parking. Options to use; by private, public and taxi hailing means.
What can I bring into the event?
Participants will receive the course guide for note taking and further reference.
What is a mediation clinic?
Participants gain from the experiential design including live mediation session at a mediation clinic. This allows for assessment, mentorship and onsite support. An important element in the development of transformative mediators.
Nairobi CBD, Biashara Street, Nairobi, Kenya