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Divorce, Dissolution & Separation

Divorce, Dissolution & Separation

Our family law specialists can advise on all aspects of relationship breakdown and we have the expertise to deal with all circumstances including:

Divorce

Fixed Fee Divorces from only £500 plus VAT & disbursements if you are responding to a divorce petition, or £800 plus VAT & disbursements if you are wishing to petition the court. Unless you qualify for a discount, the court fee is £550.

Where the divorce is uncontested and your spouse agrees to the divorce we can offer a fixed fee service.  We will guide you through the process advising on the grounds for divorce and the procedure, while preparing all of the relevant paperwork and taking the stress away from you.  If the divorce is contested or defended, or even if your spouse simply won’t co-operate, we have the experience to help you achieve the outcome you seek.

We are also able to advise in relation to a separation if a divorce is not the right option for you.

Civil Partnerships and Dissolution

Fixed Fee Dissolutions from only £500 plus VAT & disbursements if you are responding to a divorce petition, or £800 plus VAT & disbursements if you are wishing to petition the court.

With same sex couples now receiving the legal recognition they deserve under the Civil Partnership Act 2004 (Civil Partnership) and the Same Sex Couples Act 2013 (Same Sex Marriages), you may need specialist legal advice on the breakdown of a civil partnership or marriage. Dissolution is the legal process which ends a civil partnership and the procedure itself is similar to the divorce procedure. Our family law team can advise and guide you through all aspects of dissolution or separation for civil partners and where the dissolution is uncontested and your civil partner agrees to the dissolution, we can offer a fixed fee.

We are also able to advise in relation to a separation if a dissolution is not the right option for you.

Judicial Separation

A judicial separation is a Court Order which stops the obligation of spouses (or partners of a civil partnership) having to live together. It is quite rare to get a judicial separation, but it can be used by couples who have a moral or religious objection to a divorce or dissolution. The order does not end the marriage or civil partnership so neither partner is free to marry or enter into a civil partnership again.

Unmarried Couples and Separation

Separating from your partner can be just as stressful as getting a divorce, particularly where there are children or there is a family home.  It is often very confusing for unmarried partners as the law in this area is vague and obtaining specialist advice is important.

For unmarried partners we can provide advice in relation to:

Call us today on 01234 35 80 80 to speak to a member of our qualified team.

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