A family lawyer who has spent the past two days involved in a contested hearing conducted over Skype says greater consideration should be given to conducting certain proceedings remotely once coronavirus-related restrictions ease.
Emma Dewhurst, an associate at Manchester firm Hall Brown, told the Gazette that some ‘teething difficulties’ were experienced on Monday, the first day of the hearing. However, the judge and the parties were able to address these and proceedings yesterday went more smoothly.
The case involved a separated couple and two young children. Dewhurst was representing the mother.
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