Austin Chessell considers the findings of a report on non-court routes to family dispute resolution

It was a pleasure to attend the ‘New year,
new family dispute resolution’ evening which
took place at Farrer and Co in early January, focusing on the growing client interest
in non-court family dispute resolution (FDR)
for 2015, and particularly on the findings of the briefing paper ‘Mapping Paths to Family Justice’. The full report, which was prepared by Professor Anne Barlow (University of Exeter), Rosemary Hunter (University of Kent), Janet Simpson (University of Exeter) and Jan Ewing (University
of Kent), is available online.

The briefing paper sets out t...

Jean-Yves Gilg
Solicitors Journal

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