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Collaborative LawThe Justice Minister has announced plans to allow greater opportunities for young people involved in disputes about child arrangements to have their views heard when decisions are made by Courts that will affect them.
The announcement was made when he met representatives of the Family Justice Young People’s Board. A range of initiatives have been proposed aimed at making it easier for children and young people to communicate their views in court proceedings through meetings, letters or pictures.  It also hoped that welcome packs and apps will be made available to children to help them understand the process.

The Justice Minister said:

“… Although they are often at the centre of proceedings, the views of children and how they feel are often not heard, with other people making vital decisions for them.

“I’ve been really impressed with Family Justice Young People’s Board (FJYPB) and the arguments which its members put forward. This is why I have taken steps to make sure that children and young people from the age of 10 will be able to express their views in cases which affect them.

“Young people are some of the most vulnerable in society, and it is vitally important that we make sure they are at the heart of the family justice system.”

If you need advice about sorting out the arrangements for your children, visit our website  http://www.candcfamilylaw.co.uk/children.htm

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