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Child maintenance changes come into force


Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Changes to the way parents handle their child maintenance payments come into force today with the replacement of the Child Support Agency with the Child Maintenance Service. Parents are being encouraged to deal with each other amicably and direct or face charges under the new regime. if parents cannot agree or the paying parent refuses to pay, ...

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legal aid cuts lead to increase in diy divorce


Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Cuts in family legal aid are creating chaos in the family courts, according to legal experts, who warn that the resulting delays are having a serious impact on the children of warring parents. Couples disputing contact and custody of their children and who are seeking child arrangements orders now mostly have to represent themselves in court, and this causes ...

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Can you get a pension sharing order with an online divorce?


Thursday, April 3, 2014

Many people are surprised to find that Divorce-Online.co.uk can deal with pension sharing as part of our customers agreed financial divorce settlement.We don't just have qualified and experienced solicitors drafting your pension sharing order, we will also deal with your pension company to make sure the pension sharing order is implemented for you.Pension sharing order ...

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Cheap divorce lawyers – how to find one online


Monday, March 31, 2014

One of the most popular terms on Google is “cheap divorce lawyers”, it seems everybody is after  a bargain in these days of austerity and that goes for divorce services as well.The word cheap conjures up pile em high bargain basement, pound land style shopping online, but with legal services, cheap can also mean rubbish ...

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How to avoid paying court fees when getting a divorce


Friday, March 28, 2014

If you are looking to start a divorce and both parties are in agreement, then it makes sense to consider which person should be the Petitioner, i.e the person filing the divorce to avoid the expense of paying the current divorce filing fee of £550. Do you have to pay court fees for your divorce? There is ...

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Are online divorce services being targeted by watchdog?


Monday, March 17, 2014

Reports in the Gazette today that the Legal Services Consumer panel are to target online divorce services, would suggest from the headline, that the powers that be see a problem. The truth is that the LSCP wants to see what the experience of users has been compared to that of a high street consumer and Divorce ...

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