Friday, December 6, 2013

Poll Results

From Family Law Week:

[A] ComRes poll of over 4,000 British adults found that:

  • Only half of people surveyed (51%) say they would consider trying a non-court-based solution instead of going court if they were to divorce in the future.
  • There is ill-founded scepticism about the legality of non-court solutions – just 23% of British adults believe that non-court based methods of divorce and separation "make the terms of the separation clear to both parties".
  • Just one quarter of British adults (24%) think that non-court based methods of divorce "protect the rights of both parties".
  • Just 52% of British adults say they think that non-court based methods of divorce and separation "are better for the wellbeing of couples".
  • Only 50% of British adults say that "non-court based methods of divorce and separation are better for the wellbeing of children".

Read more here.

MR

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