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Graeme Fraser to attend London Resolution Region’s “Finding Fault” session

  • November 22, 2016
  • By Hunters Law

Partner Graeme Fraser will be attending the “Finding Fault” session organised by London Resolution Region on Thursday, 24 November, 2016 to assist Liz Trinder, Professor of Socio-legal Studies at Exeter University, in her research to support the case for no fault divorce.

The project is led by Professor Liz Trinder, who is working closely with Resolution, and runs from October 2015 to September 2017. A final report will be published in late summer 2017.

A majority of divorce petitions in England and Wales still rely on allegations of fault, mainly behaviour and adultery. The aim of the research is to explore how the current law on the ground for divorce and civil partnership dissolution operates in practice and to inform debate about whether and how the law might be reformed.

Read more about Finding Fault here.

 

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