I support the campaign for divorce law to be reformed to allow for no-fault divorce only.
There are, though, some clients who feel very strongly that they have been wronged. They want to set out that their spouse has committed adultery or behaved unreasonably.
Preventing them from doing so could lead to frustration. It might subconsciously (or even consciously) influence their conduct in any children or financial negotiations, making it more difficult to reach a resolution.
I suggest that divorcing couples be given the choice to divorce without blame (which is to be encouraged) or to continue to divorce on the existing facts.
Richard Phillips, Sumner & Tabor (a trading name of Machins Solicitors LLP), Berkhamsted