No-fault divorce – When will the blame game end?
Yesterday, the government announced that the ‘no-fault’ divorce provisions of the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 (DDSA) which were due to come into force in autumn 2021 have been postponed until the 6th April 2022.
This unfortunately means that the ‘blame game’ will continue to be an issue for recently separated parties seeking to divorce before the implementation of the new no-fault provisions.
The Act itself was passed in June 2020 bringing with it sweeping changes to the current divorce process and the biggest shake-up in divorce law for 50 years.
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