“Blame game” ends as no-fault divorce comes into force
7th April 2022
Landmark reforms introducing no-fault divorce aimed at reducing conflict between separating couples come into force today.
The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act (2020), represents the biggest shake up in divorce law for more than half a century. It ends completely the need for separating couples to apportion blame for the breakdown of their marriage, helping them to instead focus on key practical decisions involving children or their finances and look to the future.
Read the full article here: GOV.UK
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