Recent news that ex-Goldman Sachs banker Tim Leissner admitted to faking papers to obtain two divorces in 2000 and 2014 respectively, prompted Valemus Law Family Partner Joanna Abrahams to write an article looking closely at the rise of e-signature and no-fault divorce in the prevention of fraudulent divorce.
Within her article Joanna looks closely at the introduction of no-fault divorce, which will reduce the risk of defended divorce, and thereby to some extent the attempts at fraudulent divorces. She also details the significant progress made in cyber and e-signature security to prevent fraudulent signatures in divorce proceedings.
Joanna’s full article was published by Today’s Family Lawyer.