Family disputes can now be resolved through arbitration, thanks to a new scheme launched this week that aims to help families deal with legal issues outside of the courts. The scheme, set up by the recently-formed Institute of Family Law Arbitrators (IFLA), will handle certain family law disputes relating to finance or property with arbitration for the first time, after years of lobbying from lawyers.
Family law disputes related to finance and property can now be resolved out of the court system Family disputes can now be resolved through arbitration, thanks to a new scheme launched this week that...
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