The Central Family Court has produced a working draft guidance written by His Honour Judge Robin Tolson QC which has attracted particular attention; but it does contain controversial suggestions.
Some have poured scorn upon it. Some have supported the intentions behind it. Parts of it are possibly unrealistic.
Things have to change but change can only occur if it encompasses everyone including the court service, judges, solicitors and barristers.
Change is impossible unless all parts work together.
The present way of working in family justice cannot continue. It’s not serving the interests of the users and it is not in keeping with present expectations of working patterns.
It may hav...
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