Reforms must work, family division head warns | The Law Gazette


Reforms must work, family division head warns | The Law Gazette.

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‘Revolutionary’ reforms to the family justice system to speed up cases and cut costs must be made to work, the head of the Family Division has warned practitioners.

In an update to the profession on the ‘revolutionary’ changes, Sir James Munby (pictured) noted the family justice system is undergoing ‘the most radical reforms in a lifetime’.

He recognised the concern caused to many by some of the reforms, but said ‘we must do the very best we can with what we have’.

‘We have to realise that public finances remain in a dire state and that asking for more money, more judges, more this, more that, is simply crying for the moon,’ Munby added.

He warned the profession to steel itself for further cuts, saying: ‘Our task is to ensure that greater efficiencies in the family justice system minimise the impacts of these cuts on the families we serve.’

In particular, in public law cases, Munby said the new 26-week time limit for the completion of care cases and restrictions on the use of experts had to be implemented.

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