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McFarlane clarifies family court attendance requirement

14th February 2022

Law Gazette

The president of the Family Division has clarified revised arrangements for physical attendance in court following confusion over an earlier direction.

Last week, Sir Andrew McFarlane issued a message to practitioners stating that the first hearing notice for any applications issued in the Family Division after 1 March will be listed as an attended hearing.

Read the full article here: Law Gazette

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