Since considerable anxiety is felt by senior judges and legal professionals over the effect legal aid cuts will have on family cases and the children themselves. Cuts to legal aid will mean that some parents/guardians will have no choice but to represent themselves in court if savings aren’t made elsewhere. When amateurs oppose experienced solicitors [...]
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