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Getting a divorce will move a significant step closer to becoming a paper-free process when HM Courts & Tribunals Service’s digital portal becomes mandatory for new applications next week.

From Monday, legal representatives will need to process divorce applications via the MyHMCTS online service rather than using the paper Form D8. Exceptions are applications for civil partnership dissolution, judicial separation and nullity, which should be filed at Bury St Edmunds regional divorce centre.

Read the full article here: Law Gazette

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