Policy paper

Family justice review: government response

This is the government’s response to the independent review of family justice in England and Wales.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Documents

The Government Response to the Family Justice Review: equality impact assessment

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This  is the government’s response to the independent review of family justice in England and Wales. The final report of the independent family justice review, which was chaired by David Norgrove, was published on 3 November 2011.

The Government is accepting the majority of the review’s recommendations, in full.

Taken together, the Government’s plans will help strengthen parenting, reduce the time it takes cases to progress through the courts and simplify the family justice system.

The Government Response to the Family Justice Review: A system with children and families at its heart

The Government Response to the Family Justice Review A Guide for Children and Young People

Published 19 June 2012