Family Court misses all KPI’s: report

Family Court misses all KPI’s: report

The Family Court has missed all of its key performance indicators, according to its latest annual report, according to The Australian, being able to finish 31% of applications for final orders within 6 months, as opposed to 75% according to its targets, and 64% of interim applications within 3 months, when its target is 90%.

And this has happened at a time when, according to The Australian, its workload has “plummeted”.

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