Five things for divorce lawyers to watch out for in 2020

News Team, 03/01/2020

Due to the dramatic political scene in 2019 much of the government’s legislative agenda has slipped, including long awaited divorce reform.

Family lawyers at RIAA Barker Gillette have highlighted five things for divorce lawyers and separating couples to watch.

1. The introduction of ‘no fault’ divorces

The General Election stalled government plans to introduce the much anticipated no fault divorces but they should be possible from 2020.

Partner Stuart Jacobs noted: “the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill was included in Prime Minister Johnson’s 2019 Queen Speech, and ...

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