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Launch of 'no fault' divorce prompts a spike in cases, including a late rush to finalise splits under the old rules

15th June 2022

This is Money

New divorce laws caused a 'bulge' in cases this spring as couples sought to navigate the rule changes, new figures reveal.

Nearly 13,000 applications were filed in April, and just over a fifth were made jointly - an innovation now permitted under the 'no fault' law.

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