LiPs not to blame for delays in family courts

LiPs not to blame for delays in family courts

MOJ publishes experimental statistics providing the results of analyses of estimated hearing duration in Private Law cases in England and Wales.

There is some evidence that hearings where both parties are represented have increased in duration whilst hearings where neither party is represented have decreased in duration.

According to figures released by the Ministry of Justice (MOJ), hearings where neither party is represented have decreased in duration, compared to hearings where both parties are represented.

The MOJs experimental statistics bulletin presents the result of exploratory analyses into the impact of an increased number of parties without legal representation in Private Law cases …read more

Source: Family Law News

    

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