The Family Justice Review examines the effectiveness of the family justice system and the outcomes it delivers. The review covers both public and private law cases; explores if better use can be made of mediation and how best to support contact between children and non-resident parents or grandparents; examines the processes (but not the law) involved in granting divorces and awarding ancillary relief, and looks at how the different parts of the family justice system are organised and managed. The review is aiming to produce a system which allows families to reach easy, simple and efficient agreements which are in the best interests of children whilst protecting children and vulnerable adults from risk of harm. The agencies and professionals directly involved in the family justice system are all in scope for the Review. This final report takes into account views expressed during the consultation on the interim report and the call for evidence. It makes a number of recommendations to improve public and private law and looks at how the agencies within the family justice system could work together more effectively to improve the experience for children and familiesWith regards to the family justice system, there was strong support for the proposals for the Family Justice Service (FJS). However, there were many requests for further detail and clarity on the envisaged role of the FJS. There was also stronganbsp;...
|Title||:||Family Justice Review|
|Author||:||Family Justice Review, Great Britain. Ministry of Justice|
|Publisher||:||The Stationery Office - 2011|