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Interview: Paul Coleridge founder of the Marriage Foundation

by Terence Handley MacMath

Posted: 20 Jul 2012 @ 09:06

'The Government says all family arrangements are fine. They are not, actually'

I am a High Court judge sitting in the family division - the senior family court. It deals with all the most complex cases involving disputes about children, their parents, and money. I also deal with the most complex care cases - for instance, cases where the local authority is seeking a care order or adoption order.

"Mr Justice" signifies that you are High Court judge, as opposed to a circuit judge, which is the next tier ...

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