Ashley Madison leak increases divorce enquiries


Thursday, September 3, 2015

Requests for divorce information increases  at UK divorce website www.divorce-online.co.uk after hackers  released the personal details of millions of Ashley Madison users. The so called cheaters website was supposed to let errant spouses contact other errant spouses for discreet extra marital affairs. Divorce Online have received over 50 Ashley Madison related requests for information following the hack with people revealing ...

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The top reasons for divorce


Thursday, August 27, 2015

A survey of 5,000  divorce clients who filed for divorce  using the UK's largest divorce filing service,  Divorce-Online, reveals the top ten reasons for divorce in the UK. The survey was carried out by cross referencing data received on the grounds for divorce. The top 5 reasons for divorce explained 1. Couples just stopped loving each other Couples simply falling ...

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Divorce court fees to rise again


Friday, July 24, 2015

We have just received some unwelcome news from the Ministry of Justice that the filing fee for divorce is to increase from £410 to £550 following a short consultation. Which means, in effect, the court fees for divorce WILL rise, probably in September 2015. We will be told a few days before and probably before the court ...

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Dale Vince divorce case highlights the need for clean break orders


Tuesday, June 16, 2015

The number of people asking the courts for financial orders after their divorces have been finalised has doubled according to research carried out by Cardiff-based Hugh James solicitors. Rising asset values, such as property, business or shares, combined with rising incomes may have partly motivated more divorced people to seek a better deal from their former ...

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Respondent divorce advice service launched


Wednesday, June 3, 2015

At Divorce-online we have spent 15 years helping people file divorces, these clients are always generally the person filing for the divorce, the petitioner. However no one online seems to be catering for the person who receives the divorce petition, the respondent. So after a lot of research as to what people have requested from a ...

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Sir Michael Pitt Chair of LSB

Online divorce services are performing better than high street solicitors


Monday, March 16, 2015

In a recent speech to The Modern law Conference, Sir Michael Pitt, The Chairman of the Legal Services Board, The super regulator for legal services in England and Wales, referred to nearly completed research that people who chose to use online divorce providers received higher levels of service than from traditional face-to-face providers, and achieve ...

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