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Family Justice Review – proposals for change

1 October 2010 170 views No comments

Yesterday was the final day for submissions to the new government’s consultation on changes to family law. The EPA’s submission was brief, and simply stated that while the panel appointed to appraise the submissions was made up of representatives of people who earn their living from the Family Law Industry, the review is unlikely to bring about any significant change. Parents need to be part of the review body.

Michael Robinson, the author of the Custody Minefield’s submission, has done a superb job and has produced what I would describe as a blueprint for the Family Law which this country now needs. The proposals are practical, they would save money for the exchequer and would restore parents to their children at a stroke.

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