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  • New legislation to overhaul divorce law and reduce family conflict. News, 09/04/2019, free
  • 'work is moving on to release the remaining parts of the divorce process, namely decree nisi and degree absolute, in the next few months' News, 09/04/2019, free
  • Guidance for legal professionals on cross-border family law disputes (including divorce and child maintenance) after Brexit if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. News, 02/04/2019, free
  • Because of an error by the court, who did not notice that the parties had not been separated for at least 2 years despite ticking that option on the divorce application form, the President ruled that the decrees nisi and absolute were voidable, not void. Judgment, 25/03/2019, free
  • Wife's application for leave to amend her petition for divorce from the residual ground of sole domicile, to indent 2 of Article 3(1)(a) of Council Regulation 2201/2003 - namely, that the petitioner and respondent were last habitually resident in England and Wales and that the petitioner still resides in this jurisdiction - was refused. Judgment, 22/03/2019, free

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