In Camera Rule in Family Courts

Men hard done by in Family Law court

See the Ad about reviewing the “In Camera Rule”

Read the Document. Its sets out come thoughts about who and how and why to bring along someone to court as a witness to what happens there and to assist you, both during the hearing and afterwards( through reflection and by taking notes). Note the changes, albeit minor and basic “window dressing” since 2004.

Read the complete Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004 to see changes (slight) to “In Camera” Rule in Family Courts.

Read Minister Michael McDowell’s response 27th June 2005 to PE letter

Read Legal Aid Board Letter, showing their reluctance to respond to changes in “In Camera” rule, be the very restricitve and defensive interpretation.

Minister announces commencement of provisions of the Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004

Minister makes Orders and Regulations under the Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004