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  • No Fault Divorce from April 2022No Fault Divorce from April 2022
    08 Jun, 2021 Posted By: M. Taylor
    The government has now confirmed that the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act, which we’ve written about previously  will come into effect in April 2022.   Currently, when a couple want to get divorced, it’s necessary to give a reason, in the divorce petition, as to why the marriage has broken down, and expect where... read more.
  • The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation BillThe Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill
    03 Feb, 2020 Posted By: M. Taylor
    As you may have seen from the news, the government is making changes to the law relating to divorces and dissolution of civil partnerships. The  proposed new law has its second reading in the House of Lords this week, although no firm date has been set for the law to come into effect, once it is passed. The changes are intended to remove... read more.
  • Reducing conflict on DivorceReducing conflict on Divorce
    25 Jul, 2019 Posted By: Abigail Whelan
    Currently, in England and Wales every divorce is based on the fact that a marriage has broken down irretrievably. You must then give one of the following five reasons why that is the case - Your partner has committed adultery and you find it intolerable to live with them; Your partner has behaved in such a way that you cannot reasonably be... read more.


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