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No Fault Divorce - New Law

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19 Jul 21 #517308 by Thom1437
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I am considering waiting for the new Divorce Law to come in next year before I start divorce proceedings. Are there any guidelines or information I can obtain. I would like to understand the process and understand the differences to assess if this will be a better route to take than the current law.

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