A blog post from Paul Downer, Service Manager at HMCTS with responsibility for delivering a new online probate service. Paul discusses how we will transform the probate service to introduce a new online application form for personal applicants and solicitors.
A blog post from Adam Lennon, Divorce Service Manager at HMCTS. Adam talks about how we are working with stakeholders to develop and an online divorce service and shares details of a workshop with legal practitioners that demonstrated the latest version of the online divorce service called ‘Apply for a divorce’.
A blog post from Fiona Rutherford that explains the role of her HMCTS Business Strategy and Design Team and how they are responsible for helping to shape how our justice system will look and operate in the future.
A blog post from Andrew Hyland who led the HMCTS Help with Fees project. The Help with Fees (also known as fee remission) service ensures the courts and tribunals are available and accessible to those who need them – regardless of their personal circumstances. If you apply for fee remission and are on certain benefits or on a low income you may not have to pay a court or tribunal fee, or you may get some money off.
A blog post from Alison Blunsden, Diary Manager to His Honour Judge Graham Wood QC at Liverpool Civil and Family Court. Alison shares her experiences on how she introduced an online forum for external stakeholders, judiciary, court staff and court users.