The Financial Remedies Working Group was set up earlier this year by the President of the Family Division (the top family judge in the country) to look at making processes easier for court users in general and the increasing number of litigants in person in particular.
They have just published a report on progress so far where they say
"44. We also commend the book written by one of our group, namely Lucy Reed, entitled 'The Family Court without a Lawyer: A handbook for Litigants in Person' (Bath Publishing: 2nd edition; June 2014); there is a dedicated chapter on financial remedy cases, and useful section entitled 'Toolkits and Resources'. Some of the material is on the web www.nofamilylawyer.co.uk; the three videos prepared under the heading of 'Going to Court' which accompany the text are excellent."
The full report can be downloaded from the Judiciary website though be warned, a lot of it is quite technical.
We should also note that Lucy is a member of the group has been involved with the Group after she was drafted in to help because of the insights gained in writing the book.