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The CAFCASS 2006-07 Annual Report, published on 19 July 2007, shows that the 33.6% increase in family court advisor time spent on dispute resolution work for divorcing and separating parents (private law) resulted in around 60% of interventions achieving full or partial agreement. There has also been an 8.4% reduction in section 7 reports into the welfare of children whose parents are divorcing or separating. There were 23,942 requests for private law reports during 200607, compared with 26,144 in 200506, a reduction of 8.4%. For further information see September [2007] Fam Law.

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