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(p. 191) 7. The family justice system 

(p. 191) 7. The family justice system
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(p. 191) 7. The family justice system
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Martin Partington

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10.1093/he/9780198838838.003.0007
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date: 09 July 2020

This chapter discusses the family justice system. It considers the role law plays in regulating the family. The chapter covers the institutional framework of family justice and its transformation. It notes the creation of the Family Court and the pressures on that court. It reviews the remedies which are available in that court, in particular those relating to the protection of children. The chapter briefly considers adoption. It considers other matrimonial matters, in particular the financial effects of divorce. It considers policy relating to child support, and notes changes to ways of dealing with domestic violence. It considers the legal practitioners involved in family law issues and how they seek to deal with family disputes on a less adversarial basis. The effect of changes to legal aid for funding for family law cases is discussed.

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