The breakdown of a relationship has undoubtable consequences for the parties, particularly where they are married. The process of ending a marriage and applying for a Divorce can be difficult and confusing at an already upsetting and distressing time.There will be a further knock-on effect in terms of agreeing matters concerning the residence and contact time with the child(ren) and with regards to the financial aspect resulting from the breakdown of the marriage.The current legislation which deals with Divorce had not been updated for a number of decades. It is currently still the case that, in order to apply for a Divorce, a party must prove to the Court that the marriage has broken down irretrievably. This requires that party to either prove that the other party is at fault or show that...
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