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What are the pros and cons of no-fault divorce?

After several years of waiting the government’s much-anticipated Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 finally came into effect in England and Wales on 6th April 2022. Generally referred to as no fault divorce this is the first change to the UK’s divorce laws in 50 years!

The more significant changes within the new laws now mean that the grounds for divorce are entirely non-fault instead of the previous mix of both fault and non-fault-based grounds for divorce, such as unreasonable behaviour or adultery.

Something else that isn’t widely known is that no-fault divorce is now an entirely digital process, removing the possibility for paper applications.

These UK divorce law reforms, which also apply to civil partnerships, mean that couples will now be able to get divorced without one party having to lay the blame for the relationship breakdown on the other party.

So, now that the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 is here, what are the pros and cons of no-fault divorce?

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