Ending the Blame Game

After years of campaigning by Family lawyers and interest groups, no-fault divorce is set to become reality after the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill received Royal Assent last week.


The biggest change to divorce laws in our lifetime now means separating couples will no longer have to assign blame in order to be granted a divorce. This gives people a better chance to resolve the practical matters relating to the children and finances with minimal conflict.

It will take a while to get the new systems, procedures and forms in place but it is hoped that no-fault divorces will start to take place in 2021.

If you would like more information or to discuss the options that are available to you, both now and in the future, please contact Kate Barton to see how we can help you.



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