Professor Elizabeth Cooke, the Law Commissioner leading the project, said: “The current law creates too much potential for uncertainty and inconsistency.  “We are seeking consultees’ views on a range of short and long-term reforms, with the aim of bringing as much certainty as possible to this difficult area of law.” 
The consultation closes on 11 December and the Commission will publish its report next year with recommendations regarding marital property agreements, needs and non-matrimonial property.