Resolution welcomes the report of the Parliamentary committee examining the draft Domestic Abuse Bill, and we hope the final Bill will reflect many of its recommendations.
The Government has published the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill, which will provide for no fault divorce.
With the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill currently making its way through Parliament, there are plenty of ways you can join our call for no fault divorce. Keep checking back here for more information.
Resolution believes the laws surrounding divorce should be changed, to allow couples to separate without having to apportion blame on a legal document, and without having to wait at least two years before they can divorce.
Resolution has urged government to prioritise vital divorce law reform to reduce conflict between separating couples.
Resolution has welcomed the government's renewed commitment to reform family law to allow for no-fault divorce.
Responding to the news that the government intends to introduce no-fault divorce, the family justice body Resolution has welcomed the plans, which it says will reduce conflict among separating couples.
This Saturday (18 August) is set to be the most popular day this year for weddings in England and Wales. However, the number of people who decide to walk down the aisle continues to fall as more couples chose to live together unmarried.
Senior family lawyers gathered outside Parliament today to call on Government to reform outdated divorce laws and remove the need for blame from the process.