There is no doubt the Family Justice Review, set in train revolutionary changes within family law proceedings. The Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders (LASPO) Act 2014, has resulted in an unprecedented number of litigants in person attempting to navigate the court system. A significant impact of the changes in response to the availability of legal aid has been the increased security required in courts. The evidence submitted to the Commons Justice Select Committee, who were tasked to examine the impact of changes introduced by LASPO in 2014, has failed to change policy in this area.
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