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How To Get a Quick From £59 Using Divorce-Online

If there is an agreement to the divorce and your relationship with your spouse is amicable, then it is entirely possible to obtain a quick divorce.

Using traditional high-street solicitors to handle your divorce can end up costing you thousands in legal fees. It can also mean not having a resolution to your divorce for up to 12 months depending on where you live.

However, dealing with your divorce doesn’t need to be expensive, stressful, or take a year, at least not when using Divorce-Online to handle your case.

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    If you want to get a quick and easy divorce, you’ll need to ensure all of the below are in place or you’ve made steps towards making them happen.

    The divorce process is largely an administrative process that is completed by the court’s staff, but there are many things you can do to help speed up the process in which they receive your paperwork.

    Here’s how to get an uncontested, quick divorce;

    1. Ensure your spouse will not defend the divorce
    2. Communicate with your spouse throughout the process
    3. Find your marriage certificate before starting divorce proceedings
    4. Find valid grounds for divorce and agree with your spouse
    5. Ask your spouse to complete and return paperwork efficiently
    6. Ensure all details on the divorce petition are correct
    7. File a D8 divorce petition with the court fee payment

    Myths about getting a quick or quickie divorce

    It’s been known for other divorce providers to advertise divorce services that finalise in less than 12 weeks. This is very misleading and only causes disappointment. 

    It is also a myth that one type of divorce is quicker than another, regardless of the reason for divorce or length of separation, they all go through the same court process in the date order they are received.

    There is an obligatory delay of 6 weeks between the decree nisi and the decree absolute being granted to dissolve your marriage.

    There are many things that need to happen before you can even get to that stage and 6 weeks is simply not enough time for that to happen, especially since legal aid has been withdrawn and court staff have been reduced.

    Divorce for most of us is a fairly slow process and according to the latest Government figures on divorce timescales, it takes 23 weeks to reach the decree nisi stage of divorce proceedings.

    How To Get Started With Your Divorce Online Today…

    We’ll 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.

    We obtain the information we need from you via an online questionnaire, not in person.

    You are kept up-to-date throughout the process via your online account, which you can use at your convenience on any phone, tablet or laptop device.


    Find your ideal service

    Find the right service for your situation and budget and complete the simple order form to get started. You simply need to make a one-off secure payment to get started with your service.


    Complete online questionnaire

    Log in to your online account and complete the initial questionnaire. We’ll use this basic information to draft your divorce papers without needing you to visit our offices.


    Sign & return divorce papers

    You now need to sign the completed divorce papers we send you. We show you exactly where you need to sign and once this is done, you need to return them back to us.


    Track your divorce online

    You can now use your online account to track your entire divorce procedure. We’ll notify you at each stage to ensure you don’t need to chase us for updates on your case.

    Compare Our Services vs High-Street Solicitors

    Divorce-Online were the true pioneers for online divorce back in 1999. We believe we still provide the best all-round solution to divorce and help our clients obtain a quick and easy divorce without spending thousands or causing unnecessary stress.

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    Divorce timeframe:
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    Cost of service:
    £189 Inc VAT

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    Divorce-Online is the highest rated divorce provider in the UK

    Financial Orders in a Divorce – What you must know

    A financial order is a type of court order that informs the court of how you intend to divide the matrimonial pot following a divorce, e.g. money, savings, property, pensions and more.

    However, most people we see that want a quick divorce are from short childless marriages where no joint money or assets were built up within the marriage; so what happens?

    In this situation, you should obtain a clean break order to ensure that neither party can make a financial claim in the future.

    It’s a fairly straightforward and simple process and it becomes legally binding in most cases when the decree absolute is granted in divorce proceedings.

    Most couples enter divorce proceedings thinking that by obtaining a divorce, they have ended all ties to their ex-partner, but this is incorrect.

    If you have agreed to a divorce settlement then it’s imperative you have this agreement drawn up by a solicitor and formalised into a consent order.

    Without this, the court has no powers to intervene and make your ex follow through with the commitments in the agreement, e.g. transferring a lump sum, splitting pensions etc.

    How Long Does a Divorce Take?

    How long does a divorce take is typically the first question people ask when considering filing divorce for.

    Well, put simply, the national average timescale for a divorce in England and Wales is around 32 weeks. This figure is based on the latest statistics released by the Government.

    That seems like an awfully long time, doesn’t it? If you happen to want a quicker divorce that is likely to cost you far less money, then view our services below and find out how we can help you end your marriage swiftly, but without any stress.

    How Much Does a Divorce Cost?

    On to the second most popular question, how much does a divorce cost?

    This is a much harder question to answer as there are more variables, but we’ll break it down nice and simply for you.

    The average cost of a solicitor handling your divorce is £722 + VAT (£866), this is over £1,000 if you live in London and other major cities. Now, if you choose to do your divorce online with us, the average cost of divorce goes down to £189.

    This is of course excluding the mandatory court fees of £550.

    View our Online Divorce Services

    There’s no easier way of getting a quick divorce than by choosing to use any of our online divorce services. Get started today by choosing the most suitable one for your situation and budget.

    Managed Divorce Service

    The most affordable and efficient solution for divorce.

    • We handle your entire divorce
    • Track your divorce online 24/7
    • Supported & updated throughout

    Only £189

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    Divorce & Clean Break

    We manage your divorce and obtain you a clean break.

    • Your entire divorce is handled for you
    • You can track the process online
    • You’ll obtain a clean break order

    Only £299

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    Divorce & Financial Order

    We manage your divorce and obtain you a financial consent order.

    • We handle your entire divorce
    • Track everything online, 24/7
    • We obtain you a financial order

    Only £399

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