Latest statistics released by the Ministry of Justice show that the average time for a care or supervision case to reach first disposal, i.e for the court to decide how to deal with a case, was 28 weeks in July to September 2017
There were 65,247 new cases started in family courts in July to September 2017, up 2% cent on the corresponding period in 2016. This was mainly due to increases in domestic violence remedy order applications and private law cases.
The removal of legal aid for many private law cases in April 2013 has resulted in a change in the pattern of legal representation. In July to September 2017, the proportion of disposals where neither the applicant nor respondent had legal representation was 35%, an increase of 18% since April to June 2013.
Family court solicitors
At Wrigley Claydon, we fight on your behalf to make this difficult family situations a little easier. We are experienced family lawyers and can assist you with the legal aspects of any family situation in which you may find yourself. We deal with our cases sensitively.
If you are looking for family advice then please call 0161 785 3521 to speak to Terri Pickup, Olaide Awogbile or Corinne Bailey-Brown in our Family Department or email email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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