National Statistics

Family Court Statistics Quarterly: July to September 2019

Quarterly data on the volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

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Family Court Statistics Quarterly: July to September 2019

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Family Court Tables: July to September 2019

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Family Court CSVs: July to September 2019

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Guide to Family Court Statistics

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Family Court Data Visualisation Tool: July to September 2019

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Pre-Release Access List for Family Court Statistics Quarterly

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Details

This report presents the latest statistics on type and volume of cases that are received and processed through the family court system of England and Wales in the third quarter of 2019 (July to September).

The material contained within this publication was formerly contained in Court Statistics Quarterly, a publication combining Civil, Family and Criminal court statistics.

Consultation on Probate statistics:
Currently data on grants of representation issued at published in Tables 25 and 26, including a split by registry type (Principal and District registries). To make sure that our statistics are responding to user needs, we are consulting on the following points and would welcome your views:

  1. With the introduction of new Courts and Tribunals Service Centres, would changing the split by registry type to be CTSC/non CTSC registries be useful, or would you suggest removing this split entirely?
  2. To fully understand the case flow of The Probate Service, we are interested in introducing a measure relating to timeliness:
    a) Would the average number of weeks from application submission to grant issue be useful?
    b) Do you have any other suggestions for a timeliness measure for us to consider?

To participate in this consultation, please send your comments to familycourt.statistics@justice.gov.uk by Friday 17th January 2020.

Published 13 December 2019