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Family Courts Information Pilot
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Family Courts Information Pilot Survey
The Government is committed to improving the public's confidence in the family justice system and considers transparency and accountability of family courts to be highly important.
The objective of the Family Courts Information Pilot is to provide more information to people involved in family proceedings and to make more information available to the wider public.
The Ministry of Justice has arranged with the British and Irish Legal Information Institute (BAILII) that some types of decisions made in the participating family courts will be made anonymous and published on the BAILII website for viewing by the public.
The publication of anonymous decisions online is intended to help the public understand what the family courts do. Decisions are made anonymous so that the families and children involved in the proceedings are not identified.
Please tell us how useful you found the information contained in the court decisions. This will help the Ministry of Justice to evaluate the pilot and to make informed decisions about the routine publication of court decisions in family proceedings.
If you have completed this questionnaire previously, there is no need to do so again, unless you have additional feedback to leave.
Your feedback will be treated in confidence and will not be published.