Family courts plan for paperless processes
HM Courts and Tribunals (HMCTS) has provided an update on its plans to modernise e-working in family law.
It’s vision is to have paperless processes from issue to resolution across this often complex and emotional area of law.
The first step will be to introduce “shared storage systems”, hopefully by Spring 2018.
At Labrums, we are aware of the benefits being paperless can bring to clients in terms of speed of response and efficiencies, let’s hope HMCTS can achieve that too.
Having said that, there is nothing to replace the valuable advice and support you need from an experienced family solicitor.
You can have a free 30-minute, where you will be able to speak to our family law experts for advice on family related issues and potential costs of any decision you make.
The sessions are informal and require no financial obligation.
Spaces are by appointment only and run on Tuesday mornings between 11am and 1pm.