Breaking Good - Episode Two: No Fault Divorce – ending the blame game
Co-hosts Marcus Brigstocke and Head of Family, Jo Edwards are joined by up-and-coming family lawyer Jamie Gaw to talk all things no fault divorce, set to take effect in 2021. They dissect all that's wrong with the current divorce system, the arguments that led to change, how the new law will operate in practice and some rather unusual behaviour particulars (one spouse cooking another spouse tuna casserole every night being one)…
In this episode we were joined by:
- Jo Edwards, Partner and Head of Family in our Family team
- Jamie Gaw, Senior Associate in our Family team
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