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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    If the welfare state were anything like sufficient to maintain a reasonable standard of life I'd accept this point.
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    I thought so, I don't agree with this point. There need be a compromise should one partner sacrifice their career for family or otherwise. There should be some payments to support retraining when one partner drops out.
    I'm afraid its something I feel strongly about in my quest, I can't move on this issue.
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    Section 5 will be abolished.
    Cool. Didn't notice your post above mine.
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    Nay, the local authority bit is stupendous and I don't think children are considered to the extent they should be.

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    Nay, the local authority bit is stupendous and I don't think children are considered to the extent they should be.

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    Already removing local authorities.

    What further protections for children do you want?
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Already removing local authorities.

    What further protections for children do you want?
    Well, I don't think a divorce should take 6 years - the custody battles should be quick and not messy, etc

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    (Original post by Andy98)
    Well, I don't think a divorce should take 6 years - the custody battles should be quick and not messy, etc

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    Divorce won't take any more time than now, that's a limit on appeals which is currently unlimited.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Divorce won't take any more time than now, that's a limit on appeals which is currently unlimited.
    My main problem with divorce is that it takes a long time

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    My main problem with divorce is that it takes a long time

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    No idea how we'd speed it up.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    No idea how we'd speed it up.
    Would this make it any less messy? I'm not entirely sure what the actual point in this is? I'm not clued up on divorce law

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    Would this make it any less messy? I'm not entirely sure what the actual point in this is? I'm not clued up on divorce law

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    Give the notes a read, I explain the rationale.

    This bill tackles multiple injustices.
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    Ahhhh I get it now. I still hate prenups but it might improve things slightly.

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    This is in cessation.
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