Separation Education ™
We help separating parents through your legal & court, money, relationship, children, housing, health and other issues. We develop your ability to negotiate and conciliate amicably within your real life circumstances. Your learning is transformative; facilitated by two qualified Educators. The Separation Education program, totally ONLINE, has 10 topics / 40 exercises and you have 24 months to complete them, in any order that suits your situation. You get to compile your own set of materials to use for such as dealing with family violence, parenting arrangements, property division and relationship dissolution. We teach you how to create a fresh start while enjoying your freedom, children, property, and a life.
You may pay in one of three ways: (1) $990 if you received our 50% discount promo code; (2) the full amount of $1980; or (3) $25 per week for 104 consecutive weeks. Our terms, contact and bank details will be provided when you enrol.
You can start on any day once you have received your unique student login details. To enrol, first book a phone appointment. After our talk, you will be sent an enrolment form. It takes up to a week to process your enrolment. Upon enrolment, you will receive your student login and have educated support for two years.
Susanna Kruger is your Educator, assisted by my husband of seven years, Raphael Kruger. We facilitate your learning, answer your questions, and give you feedback. You will not have to struggle on your own. As McKenzie Friends, we offer ongoing support, by email. Click on Susanna & Raphael for more on our kaupapa.
Opening 7 January 2019
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ABSTRACT OF BOOK (to be published on 11/11/18)
This qualitative research identifies over 50 examples of the language of the family court reflecting a violent character, contributing to post-separation family violence, escalating poverty and homelessness. It describes the language and cultural assumptions that family law makes and the devastating impact of its adversarial family court on the family. It shares the 2008 lawyer’s view that family law does not render ‘simple justice’ (Terry Carson: Understanding the family court). It confirms the 2014 researcher’s view that the family court is ‘broken, dangerous, and unprofessional’ (The Glenn Inquiry: The People’s Blueprint). It broadens the 2018 politician’s view that the family court causes ‘harm’ to the family (Stuff Politics: Justice Minister). It echoes the separated parent’s view that the family court is ‘alienating’ (Families 4 Justice) and ‘endangering’ (The Backbone Collective) children. This autoethnography gives a human face to family law and court, that may improve equity outcomes for the family.
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