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Family courts: One fifth of divorces wrongly ending up in court - top judge

25th July 2022

BBC News

Too many divorce cases are going to court and the language used there is too hostile, a leading judge has said.

Sir Andrew McFarlane - who is head of family courts in England and Wales - estimated one fifth of marriage break-ups were wrongly ending up in court with one partner suing the other.

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