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No Fault Divorce Video Blog

No Fault Divorce Explained - By Clive Hogan

No Fault Divorce will come into force and replace the existing divorce regime on 6th April 2022.

In this video blog Clive Hogan, one of our Associate Solicitors at Watson Thomas, will explain the basics and answers some commonly asked questions about No Fault Divorce.

Clive will detail what No Fault Divorce actually is and take you through how it differs from the old divorce process. This includes explaining about the new wording that is coming in and how long the divorce process will now take as there are new mandatory waiting periods that all are subject to.

Under No Fault Divorce spouses can apply jointly or solely to bring their marriage to an end. Clive explains what type of application is appropriate and when. He will also tell you how you should proceed if you want the Court to be made aware of your spouse’s poor behaviour, for example, if they have had an affair or been abusive. Clive will also discuss if the costs have changed and whether a divorce will resolve your matrimonial finances.

Here at Watson Thomas we keep up to date with the changes in the law. We want to pass on our knowledge to our clients to ensure that we provide the best service possible.

If you would like some further advice regarding No Fault Divorce or any other family issues that you are having then you may wish to book in for one of our free initial appointments. One of our team will be happy to assist you with your enquiry so feel free to call, email or come into to one of our offices. If you would like to proceed with a Divorce then we will be able to provide you with our fixed fee quotes at that appointment depending on what option is best for you.

Watson Thomas Solicitors have offices in Fleet, Guildford, Winchester , LondonBracknell, Camberley, Farnborough and Woking.

Watson Thomas are a dedicated team of Family Lawyers who specialise in all aspects of family law. 

Our staff can work from home and access all systems so even if all are required to self-isolate this will not affect the day-to-day running of your case. We can also hold appointments via telephone and video conferencing, as needs be, to ensure that your service is not interrupted.