The Ministry of Justice has published court statistics for the fourth quarter of 2014 (October to December) showing that both parties are represented in only 22 per cent of all private family law cases.
I know that some of my commenters have been interested in this in the past, and in particular the curious half-way house that the UK finds itself in with the UN Convention. We recognise it in our law, but don’t consider ourselves to be bound by...
The judge gave guidance on the procedure for urgent collection orders in a case where a young girl had to wait over 7 hours at a police station while the local authority made arrangements for placement and transportation.
The Dispute Resolution Advisory Group submitted their final report to the Ministry of Justice on 16 March. The government has today (26 March 2015) published its response to the Voice of the Child: Dispute Resolution Advisory Group.
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