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Warring couples face penalties for clogging up family courts

10th November 2021

Parents who bring vexatious claims to the family courts will face financial penalties under plans being drawn up by the government.

Dominic Raab, the justice secretary, wants mediation to be the default process for divorce cases to stop warring couples clogging up the family courts system.

Read the full article here: The Times

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