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Divorce Lawyers & Family Law Solicitors

The breakdown of any relationship can be hard. When it comes to getting divorced, it’s important to receive professional and reliable legal advice.

Receiving guidance on how the divorce process works and what you are entitled with regards to any financial split is imperative for couples achieving a fair outcome.

Our divorce solicitors will walk you through the steps involved with getting a divorce to enable you to legally end your marriage.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Do you both need a solicitor to get divorced?

    You can get divorced without needing a solicitor or going to court if both parties to wanting a divorce and the reasons why.

    If you cannot reach an agreement, under the current divorce law the divorce could become contested, at which point, you would need to instruct a divorce solicitor to represent you.

    How to Start Divorce Proceedings Without Solicitors

    How much does a divorce solicitor cost?

    If you are the one seeking the divorce then you are the petitioner and will usually pay between £500 to £1000 in solicitor’s fees and £593 in court fees. This will bring the typical cost of a divorce to between £1,000 to £1,500.

    How much does a divorce cost?

    Can you get a quick divorce?

    A quick divorce can be achieved when both parties agree the marriage has broken down irretrievably and want to get divorced. A quick divorce will always require the co-operation of both parties until no-fault divorce becomes law in England and Wales.

    How to get a quick divorce

    Does the respondent have to pay for a divorce?

    It is the responsibility of the petitioner to pay the costs when they initially file for divorce. However, the petitioner can ask the respondent to pay for some or all the costs in certain circumstances.

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