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Law Commission to examine 50-year-old laws on finances after divorce

The Law Commission of England and Wales has launched a review of the laws which determine how finances are divided among couples after divorce or the dissolution of a civil partnership.

Commissioned by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), the new law reform project will consider the use of financial remedy orders: orders for financial provision between couples at the end of their marriage or civil partnership. Read the full article below.

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