Separating families miss opportunity for simpler court forms

10 January 2018

Government Ministers have missed another opportunity to nudge family justice processes closer to the 21st century, says a national family charity, following the publication of amended family court forms.
Paperwork for separating couples applying to family court has been amended this week to reflect changes to evidence requirements surrounding domestic violence. But National Family Mediation says that whilst the forms were being re-written, the Ministry of Justice could have taken the opportunity to make courtroom paperwork easier to understand, and processes simpler to navigate.
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