The Central Family Court like other family courts is rightly concerned about well-being; the interests of parties before the court, with its own staff and with lawyers using the court. It has produced a working draft guidance. Being a leading family court it has had more attention but has contained controversial suggestions. Some have immediately poured scorn upon it. Some have supported the intentions. Parts of it are possibly unrealistic. But the way of working in the past has got to change. This change can only occur if encompassing everyone including the court service, judges, solicitors and barristers and is impossible unless all parts work together

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