New qualitative study on family separation shows experiences are shaped by access to support, and families often try to avoid using court
30th November 2022
Nuffield Family Justice Observatory
A new qualitative research study published by Nuffield Family Justice Observatory and carried out by the University of Bristol explores the experiences of separating families. It includes an analysis of the support families received while going through separation – and highlights that in most cases, parents managed the process without using the family court.
Read the full article here: Nuffield Family Justice Observatory
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