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How to Get a Quick Divorce Online From £199

Many couples seek a quick and easy divorce each year, but is it possible and what is considered a quick divorce in the days of COVID-19 and no-fault divorce?

If there is an agreement to divorce from both parties and your relationship with your spouse remains amicable then it is absolutely possible to obtain a quick and simple divorce.

On this page, we will show you a simple, hassle-free and affordable solution to divorce that avoids court appearances, solicitors’ fees and unnecessary conflict.

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    How Divorce-Online Can Help You

    Since 1999, over 150,000 couples have used our online divorce services as an alternative solution to divorce compared with hiring local solicitors.

    We offer you a simple, hassle-free and affordable way to divorce that removes the stress from the divorce process. Furthermore, you can track everything online from your phone or laptop.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How long does an average divorce take?

    A typical divorce should take between 5-6 months depending on a range of factors, most notably, where you live and how you choose to file for divorce, e.g. via postage or online.

    How long does a typical divorce take?

    What is classed as a quick divorce in 2022?

    Courts are just about catching up with the backlog caused by COVID-19. Before the new divorce law was introduced, a quick divorce was considered to be between 4-5 months in England and Wales when filing for divorce online.

    Living in no-fault divorce times, the fastest time you can expect a divorce application to be completed in is 6-months.

    Has No Fault Divorce affected divorce timescales?

    Many couples believe that the introduction of no-fault divorce is going to mean that a divorce can be instant.

    This, however, is not the case. The government has introduced a 20-week reflection period into the divorce procedure, which means even the simplest of cases are going to take at least 6 months.

    So, in actual fact, getting a divorce is likely to get slower for most people compared with the timescales right now.

    Pros and Cons of No Fault Divorce

    What do I need for a quick divorce?

    The criteria for a quick and simple divorce usually boils down to the following things:

    • You both need to be in agreement on the divorce
    • You have agreed on the grounds for divorce
    • You have agreed on who is to be the petitioner and respondent
    • You have no financial or children arrangements to make or you are dealing with them after the divorce

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    Use our simple qualification tool to see which service is the most suitable for you. Answer a few simple questions to be matched with the perfect service. We can help you divorce from just £199.

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