‘Unsustainable pressures’ lead Cafcass to leave ‘less urgent’ cases unallocated across region

Cafcass will defer allocating “less urgent” private law cases to family court advisers (FCAs) in six areas of the West Midlands for up to 20 weeks due to “unsustainable caseloads”. The family courts body’s chief executive said the prioritisation policy would leave children in situations of family conflict for longer, but was necessary to deal […]

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