Family law: What to expect in 2023 (Today’s Family Lawyer)
23 December 2022
There is a lot for family lawyers to look at as we head into 2023. One new issue could be that couples may not be able to afford a divorce, despite the new "no-fault" and online processes, due to the ongoing cost of living crisis.
Today's Family Lawyer has published an article highlighting this and other areas of family law that will change in 2023. Graham Coy and Lisa Payne commented on some of the pitfalls that increased online applications for divorce may bring and discouraging parents from going to Court unless there is no other option.
Although, despite these obstacles there is a lot to look forward to in 2023. Graham comments on Resolution's "Working Together" campaign saying it is "a new way of working which enables lawyers to advise couples together as they seek to separate and divorce”.
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