What is a Final Hearing?

 

The final court appointment where the judge or magistrates will make a decision about how the issues in dispute should be resolved. The parties and any witnesses, including the CAFCASS officer, attend the hearing and give verbal evidence, and are questioned by the other party’s representative. The parties will be legally bound by the decision at this hearing. If the parties reach an agreement between themselves a final hearing may not be necessary.

 

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