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Update from the President - Private Family Law Working Group report

The purpose of this latest report is to look at the key themes that were highlighted during the consultation & describe how the Group’s thoughts have developed as a result during the past 6 months.

  • 'The major message of the work of the PrLWG, as described in this excellent and very full analysis, is that the challenge of dealing with the fallout from many broken parental relationships is one that should be shared by society in general; the PrLWG rightly see a role for local agencies delivering a nationally supported resource for separating families. While there is always a role for a judge or magistrate sitting in a court room, the report re-ignites an important conversation about services for families, and dispute resolution, out of the courtroom.'

    Read in full on the Judiciary website

News, published: 03/04/2020


Published: 03/04/2020


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