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Financial Remedies Courts: Structure document and Good Practice Protocol published

An Overall Structure of the Financial Remedies Courts and the Role and Function of the Lead Judge has been published for the Financial Remedies Courts (FRCs). An accompanying Good Practice Protocol has also been published.

The FRCs have been established as a subsidiary structure working within the Family Court. The President of the Family Division has appointed a National Lead Judge and a Deputy National Lead Judge to oversee the operation of the FRCs.

The operation of the FRCs, and the creation of FRC zones and the appointment and role of the FRC Lead Judges within the zones, is as recorded in the document titled Overall Structure of the Financial Remedies Courts and the Role and Function of the Lead Judge.

The Second document titled Financial Remedies Courts Good Practice Protocol sets out the aims and objectives of the FRCs to improve the delivery of financial remedies for families involved in court proceedings relating to issues arising from the dissolution of relationships.

For both documents, click here.

22/11/19