5 steps to take to remain in the UK after a divorce

Coping with a divorce is not easy. Ending a marriage can be an emotional and overwhelming experience which can seem extremely difficult to cope with. Things can get even more daunting if you are currently on a Spouse Visa and are dependent on your ex-spouse for your settlement in the UK. Once your marriage has […]

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Is fortnite becoming a relationship wrecker?

Fortnite is all over the news right now as one of the most addictive digital games ever played. It’s not only teenagers that are being affected by its drug like qualities. It is affecting relationships and marriages according to research by online divorce website www.divorce-online.co.uk. The company has done some data mining after seeing an […]

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How to Get a Divorce in England and Wales

When a marriage goes sour it’s important to know when to call it a day. A new life on your own can be daunting but it’s better than living out a failed relationship day-to-day. Solicitors make a lot of money from divorce cases, as most people in the UK don’t know how to get a […]

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How to File For Divorce in 4 Simple Steps

The divorce procedure is straightforward to follow as it’s mainly a paperwork process. This makes filing your own divorce possible without needing to instruct a solicitor. You can only apply for a divorce if you have been in your marriage for at least 1 year. The first step in filing for divorce is to complete […]

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Divorce-Online acquire new family law firm

Divorce-Online, the founders of the “online divorce” back in September 1999 have recently acquired a family law firm to help more people obtain low-cost, professional family law advice and services. The new family law firm, which is called OLS Solicitors will provide innovative, flexible and mostly fixed fee’s where possible to give clients a modern family […]

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1/5 Divorce petitions now mention gambling as a reason for divorce

Social media and gambling are mentioned in up to 40% of all divorce petitions we receive 40% of all divorce petitions that Divorce-Online.co.uk have received in 2016 (6,500) have included gambling or social media as one of the reasons for divorce. We first published details about the number of times the word “Facebook” was mentioned […]

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