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The start of 2020 is set to see the biggest shake up of divorce laws for over half a century as the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill entered Parliament on 7 January.

First promised by the government in April 2018, divorcing couples have now been waiting nearly a year for the arrival of the bill, which is likely to revolutionise marriage split with the introduction of ‘no-fault’ divorce. 

No-fault divorce is a new legal concept that will stop couples fighting over blame during a break-up, something which the Justice Secretary, MP Robert Buckland, says will “spare” families.

Full Story: The Independent

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