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The end of the blame game in divorce?

Long-awaited changes to divorce legislation are likely to come into effect in Guernsey and England and Wales later this year, allowing divorce on a no-fault basis.

In an article published in STEP Journal + (January 2021), Elizabeth Couch, Partner at Collas Crill, and Charles Hale, QC at 4 Paper Buildings, explore how these welcome changes will facilitate a more consensual approach to divorce, enabling those unhappily married to separate without apportioning blame.

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