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The Office for National Statistics has released its most recent report on divorces in England and Wales, for the year of 2022.

It has revealed that there were 80,057 divorces granted that year, 29.5% lower than in 2021 and the lowest number seen since 1971. There were also 525 civil partnership dissolutions. 22.8% fewer than in 2021 and the lowest since 2010.

The median duration of marriages that ended in divorce (the mid-point of all durations) was 12.9 years for opposite sex couples, 7.5 years for males, and 6.3 for female same-sex couples.

But, while divorce rates are decreasing, why are they happening at all? What goes wrong? Here, we take a look at the top reasons for divorce using statistics. More...

As Easter approaches, families all over the United Kingdom are gearing up for a time of celebration, reflection, and togetherness, which can create a particularly difficult environment for parents who have a shared arrangement with their children.

Organising child contact over Easter can present some unique challenges , so we’ve put together five tips to help you nurture family connections over the Easter holidays.


On 6th April 2022, the family law system saw its biggest change in 50 years.

The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 reformed the divorce process by allowing separating couples to apply for a divorce based on the fact their marriage has irretrievably broken down due to irreconcilable differences. In effect, this is a no-fault divorce.

But what is a no fault divorce, how do they work, and what are the latest no fault divorce statistics? Find out here.


The financial disclosure process in divorce is a crucial aspect of the proceedings. It involves both parties signing a statement in which they provide a full and frank financial disclosure of their assets, liabilities, income, and expenses.

This information is used to determine the outcome of the divorce, including the division of assets and spousal support.

In this article, we will provide a comprehensive guide on the financial disclosure process in divorce.


Every child will respond differently to the news that their parents are getting a divorce, and there are various factors that can affect their emotional response. The age of the child, whether they expected the news, and of course, just the nature of the individual child.

It’s important to put your child first during your separation from your partner, considering what they need most. Depending on your child’s age and circumstances, they’ll likely need different things from you, as well as varying degrees of understanding of the whole situation. The basic requirements between parent and child during a divorce, however, remain the same.


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