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Analysis: New Practice Direction signals further step forward for online divorce
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Emma Chowdhury, of the International Family Law Group, discusses new Practice Direction FPR 2010 PD 36L whichs allow some litigants in person to pilot the next stage of the online divorce system.
Practice Direction 36L supersedes the previous practice direction, FPR 2010 PD 36E. This new pilot is currently only available for litigants in person but it is hoped that this will be rolled out to piloting practitioners in the coming months.
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