Divorce & Family Law Solicitors in London

A more affordable, efficient and professional way to divorce in London

We understand that going through a divorce or separation is difficult and emotional. We’re here for you when you need us the most.

Providing you with professional legal advice to ensure you obtain the best outcome for yourself and your family.

Finding a specialist divorce solicitor in London to represent you can be difficult, especially when the average hourly rate charged is £250+.

However, just because you live in the capital doesn’t mean you should need to spend a fortune on receiving professional advice from qualified solicitors to ensure you receive a fair settlement following a divorce.

The divorce process is mainly a paperwork process, however, ensuring you achieve a fair settlement of held marital assets is certainly not.

Divorce can be a minefield and having professional advice before getting started can ensure you are entering into a divorce with the right knowledge so you are legally protected in the future.

Our divorce solicitors can provide you with professional advice and information on the grounds for divorce that might be the most suitable for your situation along with information on finances, such as pensions, property, maintenance and other such matters.

The Divorce Process Explained

Our specialist London divorce solicitors are here to handle the entire divorce procedure for you, from start-to-finish and unlike high-street solicitors, there’s no need to visit our offices any time point.

You can provide us with all of the details we need to complete your divorce application online via a questionnaire. You can also stay up-to-date throughout the process in your account without needing to call or email us at any point.

1

File a D8 divorce petition

The filing of the divorce petition (form D8), is where you are asking the court for permission to divorce. You disclose details on your marriage and the reasons for why you wish to end your marriage.

2

Acknowledgement of Service

This stage of the divorce procedure involves the court sending your spouse (the respondent) an acknowledgement of service form, which your spouse needs to respond to usually within 7 days.

3

Decree Nisi

If the information in the divorce petition is correct and your spouse has responded to the court, they will grant you a decree nisi pronouncement date.

4

Decree Absolute

To obtain the final decree in divorce proceedings, you must apply to the court 6 weeks and 1 day after the date of your decree nisi pronouncement date.

Compare Our Service vs High-Street Solicitors

If you are new to online divorce solicitors and how they are different to the traditional high-street solicitors, the below should help show you the main differences.

High-Street Solicitors

Our Divorce Solicitors

Few people actually go into expensive high-street premises anymore

Thousands more people each year are doing their via online services

People dislike the inconvenience of visiting physical offices for meetings

No need to visit our offices or take time off work.

Excessive hourly fees provide no guarantee on the cost of your divorce

Our fixed fees provide you with clarity from the start.

Speaking to your solicitor via a receptionist can be frustrating and costly

Speak to your personal adviser directly at anytime throughout your case

Staying updated on your case requires you to chase for updates

Track your entire divorce procedure online, 24/7

Wondering how long a divorce takes?

Timescales for divorce vary on a case-by-case basis as there are multiple variables, which make giving a precise figure impossible. However, there is a way to estimate how long a divorce should take you, which we outline in our guide below.

How long does a divorce take?

What are the costs of a divorce?

The cost of a divorce varies depending on where you live, how complex your situation is and whether you are sorting out your financial relationship. Divorce-Online can typically help you save between £750-£2,000 but click below to read our guide on divorce costs in the UK.

How much does a divorce cost?

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London Divorce Solicitors Service – £299 Inc VAT.

A very straightforward divorce in London when there is an agreement from both parties to a divorce can cost over £2,000 + VAT.

If you would like to have qualified divorce solicitors to handle your entire divorce for you from start-to-finish without needing to visit our offices or attend a court hearing, then our service is ideal for you.

You can carry on with your life without any stress or worries and have peace of mind that there will not be any nasty hidden or extra charges, just one payment of £299!

Frequently Asked Questions

We use technology to collect information from you to remove the need to visit our offices, which saves you time and money. We also use technology to process your application through the court, which streamlines the procedure.

There are many reasons why our service is quicker, easier and cheaper than high-street solicitors in London. The main reason is that we use technology to streamline the process and remove the need to visit our offices.

Yes, we certainly can. We’ve helped over 150,000 people throughout the UK deal with various family law matters, such as divorce, financial settlements, prenups, separation agreements, wills and much more. You aren’t required to visit our offices, as everything can be completed online from a laptop or computer.

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