We have long supported the introduction of no-fault divorce, which comes into force on 6th April. This will make the divorce process blame-free, which will hopefully lead to less acrimony.
Yet with any change, even positive change, there are uncertainties about how the process will work in practice. So, we’ve summarised the main features of the new system to help you understand all you need to be ready for no-fault divorce.
The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020, will reform the law from 6th April in the following ways:
It is the hope that without the need to blame each other for the breakdown of the relationship, that couples can work together more collaboratively to bring the marriage to a legal end.
If you are thinking about divorce and separation, we offer a no obligation initial consultation of up to one hour for £50 (incl.VAT). This means you can sit down with one of our specialist family lawyers to learn how it might affect your personal circumstances. To book, please call us on 01444 472700, email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form below.
We know how difficult divorce and separation can be, so we offer an initial one hour fixed fee consultation with a fully qualified lawyer, to help you make an informed decision about how to proceed.
To book, please call 01444 472700 or complete the quick contact form.