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'So, please, yes, as much as we have grievances, l am glad that the PDP said they are going to court to challenge the process, l think this is the right way to go about it, and l hope and pray that we will maintain this.'
The helpline, which can be reached on 0333 2000722, aims to assist parents in finding routes to settling issues without going to court.
He added: "Going to court for the first time can be daunting, especially for children and teenagers." Brendan Ryan, chief executive of the Courts Service, said the they have "a major role to play in protecting young people and children at risk".
AN INITIATIVE has been launched to empower witnesses going to court across Merseyside and bring down the number of cases that stall.
Fran Falshaw, 55, of Grangetown, was terrified at the thought of going to court to testify against a man who attacked her in her own home in September 2004.
But the Home Office has raised legal objections which will mean the case going to court.
In fact, there are ways to win even before going to court, and it starts with a confidentiality agreement.
One month later, on July 20, British Columbia's NDP government announced that it is going to court to try to win legal sanction for samesex marriages.
Voyeur Dorm is going to court to challenge the zoning board's ruling.
For the vast majority of these owners, going to court is entering a labyrinth of the netherworld.
Dr Fayemi in a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Yinka Oyebode, said Engr Oni did the right thing by going to court to challenge the process and not resorting to self-help.
AIF you believe your husband isn't supporting his family as he should, you check this without going to court.