Openness in the family courts
The family courts in England & Wales hear over 400,000 cases every year. Decisions in each one of these will have a profound impact on the families…
The family courts in England & Wales hear over 400,000 cases every year. Decisions in each one of these will have a profound impact on the families involved. They provoke strong and emotionally fraught reactions in the way that they deal with the complexity of human relationships and the thorniest moral dilemmas. It is no surprise that there is a strong public interest in family law and this is reflected in media coverage of the subject.
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