More than £10 million in new funding will be invested into the development and maintenance of domestic abuse charities and services across England, it has been announced.
Digital family law reforms, which had been held up as a result of Covid-19 disruption, will be rolled out from 14 September 2020, it has been revealed.
Married parents are “almost twice as likely” to stay together as cohabiting ones, a major study has revealed.
Sir Elton John is being sued by his former wife for allegedly breaking a legal agreement written into their divorce settlement.
Some two million cohabiting couples in England have no legal protection should they separate, a major study has revealed.
The coronavirus pandemic could reduce the divorce rate as partners delay proceedings, a major study has revealed.
The Government has now published public health guidance to enable small marriages and civil partnerships to go ahead safely throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
‘No-fault’ divorce will be implemented in England and Wales from Autumn 2021, it has been confirmed.
England and Wales have moved one step closer to ‘no-fault’ divorce as the landmark Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill received its second reading in Parliament this month.
The Government is launching a major review of the quality of support given to domestic abuse survivors in the workplace.
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