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HMCTS sets course for online financial remedy applications

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CEO Susan Acland-Hood outline plans in her latest blog post

  • The Court Service is looking to move forward with plans to allow online applications for a financial remedy.

    The latest blog post from Susan Acland Hood, current CEO, describes a Stage 2 which over the next 18 months will see improvements to online divorce that move it away 

    "from 'print and post'; expand it from a limited 'private beta' to a 'public beta' available to everyone; and add the next component, which allows for financial remedy to be dealt with through the same system, just as easily."

    The post also outlines plan to digitise elements of public law work, including adoption.

    You can read more on the HMCTS site.


Published: 26/10/2017

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