Tini Owens is told she must stay in 'loveless marriage' at Supreme Court hearing

Last week saw the Owens vs Owens case conclude in the Supreme Court, with Tini Owens being told that she must remain in her 'loveless marriage'.

The case has intensified calls for reform to UK divorce laws and amendments to introduce 'no fault' divorce. Katie Lowe, Partner at JMW Solicitors, spoke to The Times and The Independent and also appeared on Talk Radio and Australia's ABC Radio to give her views on the case and what it could mean for the future of divorce law.