Divorce-Online: The UK’s leading online divorce service
Divorce Online was the first online divorce service to launch in the UK and was founded in 1999 with a mission to deliver affordable legal services and amazing customer service.
With the help of legal experts and IT professionals, we set about creating a set of systems and processes, based on internet technology, that would allow people to undertake their own divorce proceedings in the UK, without having to pay thousands of pounds to lawyers.
The idea came from people continuously asking our founder, why they had to pay thousands of pounds to lawyers when there were no issues to worry about. All these clients wanted was for someone to do the documents and not spend hundreds of pounds paying two sets of solicitors to pour over every letter, phone call and detail.
In 2017 we are proud to have been able to help over 200,000 plus couples to end their marriage with dignity and without excessive cost. We believe we are the largest filer of divorce cases in England and Wales.
We are fully insured for your protection, are Members of The Institute of Paralegals, and also members of the Buy With Confidence Scheme from Trading Standards, to give our clients an extra level of protection.
All our initial consultations are free and we can advise you on the most appropriate way forward, including advising on you on the grounds for your divorce.
As well as uncontested divorce document services, the company became the first online legal service to offer a bespoke financial consent order drafting service provided by experienced and qualified solicitors in 2003. as well as dealing with missing spouse cases for a fixed fee, which no other online service will do.
We now offer a range of services to suit all budgets from pure do-it-yourself to fully managed solicitor services, as well as add-on services such as discounted conveyancing, will writing and financial advice on pensions and investments, all provided by regulated and qualified professionals.
We continually invest in our systems and training to make the process as streamlined and efficient for our clients as possible. In 2010 we launched DivorceTrak tm an integrated document generation and case management system that allows our clients to download documents, track the progress of their cases in real-time and to communicate with case supervisors and solicitors 24/7. This means all communication on each case is 100% secure.
The creation of this system has meant that our clients can always see how their case is progressing and get support when they need it.
We have been cited as an example of innovative technology in many national newspaper articles, and have won a number of awards for our services. Believe it or not, we were also the original worldwide source for the "Facebook causes divorce" myth that has propagated around the world, and has been studied by the world's leading sociologists.
Our ongoing mission is simply to help UK consumers get their divorce dealt with as quickly and professionally as is possible, for a lower cost than solicitors have traditionally been able to provide.
OLS Solicitors - Family Law for You
On 1st June 2017 we acquired the law firm OLS Solicitors and are now able to refer clients with a range of family law problems to our own specialist family law firm.
Online Legal Services Limited is registered in England and Wales under company number 03964822. Our registered office is 3 Isis Court, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 1DZ. Online Legal Services Ltd also operate quickedivorce.co.uk.
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