Each week the Guardian invites readers to share their domestic disagreements in a feature called You be the judge.
After both sides of the dispute have made their case, readers on theguardian.com will be able to vote on who is right. We will also ask a pre-selected jury of readers to make their own rulings.
Take part in our series
It is important that both parties agree to being featured in You be the judge. This means we need you to ask the other person whether they’re also willing to take part.
By completing the information below you are agreeing to share, and are confirming that you have the agreement of participant two to share your and their details with us.
Or would you like to be part of the jury?
Each week we will have a new disagreement that needs settling by Guardian readers.
Would you like to be contacted about being part of the jury on a future case?
If so, please complete the form below. We will try to use as many entries as possible but will be looking for a diverse range of jurors from around the UK.
If you are 18 years or over, you can get in touch by filling in the forms below. Your responses are secure as the form is encrypted and only the Guardian has access to your contributions.
One of our journalists will get in touch with you if we want to feature you, so please do leave contact details.
To take part, please click on one to the two options in the form below.