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Divorce centres: Progress report

Sep 29, 2018, 22:13 PM
family law, divorce centres, Bury St Edmunds, London, South East courts, centralisation, divorce
​Recently Twitter has seen a few comments about the operation of the new divorce centres. Tony Roe asked HMCTS about these directly.
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We have been monitoring the progress of the new divorce centres.

Recently Twitter has seen a few comments about the operation of the new divorce centres. Below are a few examples:

Family law solicitor and arbitrator,  Tony Roe, who made a series of Freedom of information (FoI) requests of the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), and whose research broke the news that  Bury St Edmunds would be the single divorce centre for the London and the South East has been speaking to HMCTS. Roe said, ‘I put these comments to HMCTS and received the following reply:

"We remain on track to complete the transfer of work to the Divorce Centre in Bury from the 45
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