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A judge has warned that separated parents are overwhelming courts with demands to micro-manage their lives, asking for rulings on problems such as where a handover takes place or who keeps a child’s passport.

Venting his frustration in a judgment nine days ago, Stephen Wildblood QC, a Bristol family court judge, branded unnecessary litigation “an inappropriate use of limited court resources” when urgent cases relating to children taken into care were being held up.

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