For the first time, couples can make a joint divorce application once the new no-fault divorce begins on the 6th April. Both parties will apply for their divorce or dissolution together and be equally responsible for the application. Here we walk you through the process as a couple (joint divorce application) filing for divorce. If […]
The new no-fault divorce law replaces the current fault-based system on 6th April. Here is a guide to the no-fault divorce process as an individual (sole applicant) filing for divorce. Individual or Joint Divorce Application? Under the new law, anyone applying for a divorce or to end their civil partnership will be able to apply […]
If you’ve been reading the news or indeed this blog, you will know by now that there are massive divorce law changes ahead in the UK. In case you missed it, couples seeking to file for divorce under the current system will need to move a little faster in March, with the looming “Divorce Day” […]
The new no fault divorce simplifies the divorce process but improvements need to be made by the courts in sending and receiving the divorce documents such as the petition and the acknowledgement of service.
We are getting lots of calls and emails from people asking about the new no-fault divorce law, so this week I thought it might be helpful to share the most frequently asked questions about the new no-fault divorce. When does the new law come into effect? The new no-fault divorce law comes into effect at […]
The new divorce law comes into effect on 6th April, where no fault divorce legislation will replace the current fault-based system – but will the new system be better or worse for you? We recently carried out some research using data from Easy Online Divorce, the Office of National Statistics, and the Justice Department, highlighting […]