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12/06/15
OUT WITH THE OLD AND IN WITH THE NEW

The new Conservative government proposed in its agenda a number of changes which would affect families going through separation, including a commitment to fund “relationship support” with £7.5 million per year.

The national organisation, namely Resolution has also recently produced its own agenda for family law emphasising six areas where changes to our family justice system are needed.

These changes include:

*To protect vulnerable people going through separation.
*Introduce measures to help separating couples reach agreements outside of court.
*Introduce a Parenting Charter to help people recognise their responsibilities when they separate.
*Allow people to divorce without the need to blame one another.
*To help people understand the financial side to divorce.
*To provide basic legal rights for couples who decide to live together after they separate.

To implement such changes would reform the family law sector altogether.

Do you agree with these changes?

Would they help those couples who are seeking to divorce?


Published by Sukhdeep Dhillon