- Time for constructive divorce (Owens v Owens)
- Resolution has been given permission to intervene in the Supreme Court appeal in
- —what would be your ideal outcome?
- What limitations are there as to the role of the Supreme Court in relation to the existing law and
- You have been involved in the campaign for no-fault divorce for many years, both as a national committee member and as national chair of Resolution—why is this so important? What are the obstacles to reform?
- What are the next steps for the Resolution campaign, both now and after the Supreme Court hands down its decision in
Family analysis: Nigel Shepherd, national head of family law at Mills & Reeve and national chair of Resolution, explains the reasons behind Resolution’s successful application to intervene in the Supreme Court appeal in Owens v Owens, and plans for the no fault divorce campaign going forward.
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