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Children’s wellbeing at the heart of family court reforms

26th January 2024


Children will be better protected from the impact of lengthy courtroom battles thanks to pioneering measures to help families resolve disputes as swiftly as easily possible.

Families who are separating will benefit from early legal advice, greater use of mediation, and the continued rollout of an innovative pilot which better supports domestic abuse victims and children, following the government’s response to the Private Family Law Early Resolution Consultation published today (26 January 2024).

A legal advice pilot will be launched to help families agree child arrangements quickly, addressing barriers to early resolution including a lack of understanding of the options available such as mediation.

Read more: GOV UK

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