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‘My husband betrayed me, but under the new no-fault divorce law our split would be no-one’s fault’

16th February 2022


When Tini Owens filed for divorce from her mushroom farmer husband, Hugh, in 2015 on the grounds she was unhappy, a judge told her she had to stay married to him.

Ms Owens, 68, from Worcestershire, wanted the court to grant a divorce after 40 years together, but her husband refused to end the marriage, and the Supreme Court rejected her appeal in 2018 despite the fact she said her marriage was loveless and had broken down.

Read the full article here: iNews

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