Dover– Delaware Senate Minority Whip Liane Sorenson, (R) Hockessin, today announced that citizens with concerns about Family Court operations dealing with issues, such as child support or visitation, have an opportunity to make their opinions heard.
The Delaware Family Law Commission, chaired by Sorenson, will be holding its annual hearing to solicit public input on issues concerning Family Court and on issues of Family Law. This hearing will take place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. March 26 in either the House or the Senate Chamber of Legislative Hall. The chamber will be decided, based on whether the House or Senate is still in session that evening.
People wishing to speak at the hearing can sign up at the event. Testimony will be limited to five minutes per person or group. Written comments will be accepted and are encouraged.
“I urge anyone with an interest in Delaware’s Family Court and Family Law issues to attend” said Sorenson. For more information or if you would like to speak at this hearing please contact Drew Slater at 302-744-4039.