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Divorce centres: Further progress report

Sep 29, 2018, 22:44 PM
family law, tony roe, divorce centres, bury st edmunds, hmcts, divorce
Tony Roe has been asking HMCTS about the current position for London and the South East divorce centres.
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Date : Oct 5, 2015, 02:29 AM
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We are approaching the anniversary of the very first divorce centres. Those in the North East opened in November 2014. Moreover, given that HMCTS intended that the phased transfer of work to each centre was to be complete by this October, how is the new regime working?

Family law solicitor and arbitrator, Tony Roe, who made a series of FoI requests of the MoJ, and whose research broke the news that
Roe said, 'I have been asking about the current position for
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