This policy sets out how HMCTS will use your data and how long data will be kept.
Family proceedings are cases where the court is asked to resolve an issue in relation to children. It also includes disputes between parties, such as divorce and financial remedies. This policy sets out how we use the information you provide when making or responding to an application in the family court or Family Division of the High Court.
This policy sets out the standards that you can expect when we process personal data about you for civil court proceedings such as money claims, housing possession and insolvency matters. It includes how you can get access to a copy of your personal data and what you can do if you think the standards are not being met.
This policy sets out how we use your data in cases heard in our tribunals.
Details about data collection in criminal proceedings is available within the Criminal Procedure Rules.
This policy sets out how we use your data in cases heard in the Court of Protection.
This policy is for the EX160 form, used when applying for help with court and tribunal fees
As an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice, the MOJ personal information charter also explains how we deal with requests for personal information.