Start Your Divorce Online Today
& Save Over £750 on Your Divorce

Since 2003, QuickeDivorce has helped over 100,000 couples save over £750 on the cost of their divorce, making us a leading and trusted provider of online divorce services.

Our quick & simple divorce services enable couples in England and Wales to obtain a divorce without spending thousands on solicitors, whether that's with a DIY Divorce or Managed Divorce.

You can start your divorce online in less than 5 minutes from home or work by simply making a one-off fixed fee secure payment and completing a quick and simple online questionnaire.

Our divorce experts can complete all the required divorce forms you'll need to obtain a divorce and send them to you within 24 hours of receiving your order for just £59.

Which Divorce Service Do You Need?


DIY Divorce Service - £59


We complete all divorce papers and send them to you

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Managed Divorce Service - £169


We manage your entire divorce process for you

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Managed Divorce & Consent Order Service - £269


We manage your divorce & obtain you a financial order

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Solicitor Divorce Service - £299


Our solicitors will manage your entire divorce process

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How to Get a Divorce Online

Using a fixed fee online divorce is the quickest and easiest way to obtain your decree absolute and end your marriage.

If both parties are in agreement to the divorce, you can save over £750 on your divorce by using any of our divorce services.

In order to get an uncontested divorce in England or Wales, your situation must match the legal criteria, which is;

  • You need to have been married for at least 12 months.
  • You need to be in agreement, or your ex must be likely to agree.
  • You must see England or Wales are your permanent home or are domiciled in England or Wales if you live abroad.
  • You must have valid grounds for divorce. If you are unsure, call us on 01793 384 032.

You are able to get an online divorce if you have children within your marriage, as the courts will not intervene with your agreed children’s arrangements.

Financial Orders in an Online Divorce

Prevent future claims after your divorce by obtaining a legally binding financial consent order alongside your divorce.

A consent order is a legal document that states how you intend to divide assets such as property, pensions and money.

Obtaining a consent order is the only legally binding way to divide assets within a marriage and prevent future claims being made.

We can have a qualified solicitor with over 10 years of experience in family law draft you a legally binding consent order and manage your entire divorce for a fixed fee of £269, which could save you over £1,000.

Managed Divorce & Consent Order - £269

Why Choose Quicke Divorce?

Quicke Divorce are a trusted and leading provider of online divorce services. We help take away the stress and pain from your divorce situation by dealing with your entire divorce procedure for you and providing you with excellent customer support throughout.

Save between £500-£2,000

Using our online divorce services can help you save £750+ depending on which service you choose.

Most solicitors will charge you hourly at anything between £100-£200 per hour, taking your bill for divorce to over £1,000 + VAT.

One-Off Fixed Fees - No Hidden Costs

Each service is fixed fee, which means that you will not need to pay anything extra apart from our service fee and standard court fees.

There are no hidden or extra costs associated with our services.

Over 15 years of experience

We’ve helped over 100,000 people obtain a quicker, easier and cheaper divorce compared to what high-street solicitors can provide.

We have over 15 years experience in dealing with divorce cases, which puts you in safe hands.

Excellent Customer Support

We pride ourselves on providing the best possible customer support to each client.

Our experienced and friendly case managers aim to respond to your queries as soon as possible.

24/7 Case Management System

You will be provided with secure access to your very own case area where you will be able to track the progress of your divorce case.

No solicitors firm provide you with this level of support or on-going updates for free.


We Can Help You Get a Quick Divorce

If your divorce situation is amicable and you have valid grounds for divorce, there is no need to visit a solicitor and spend over £1,000 on getting a divorce.

If your situation isn't as straightforward, don't be afraid, we can help you get a quick and easy divorce even if any of the below statements apply to your situation;

  • If you don’t know where your ex-partner is living.
  • If you were married outside of the UK.
  • If your marriage certificate is not in English.
  • If you have children within your marriage.
  • If you are looking to obtain a legally binding financial order.
  • If you are unsure whether your spouse will agree or not.

We deal with thousands of divorce cases every month where some of these statements apply. If you want to speak to a divorce expert about your situation, simply call us on 01793 384 032.

Frequently Asked Questions


How long does an online divorce usually take?

It takes only 3-5 minutes to apply for a divorce online, but for you to receive your decree absolute and officialy end your marriage, it should take between 16-20 weeks.

The time in which it takes for you to obtain your decree aboslute will depend on how efficient you, your spouse and the court are at filing and returning paperwork.

What do I need to get started?

To start your divorce with Quicke Divorce, all you will need is to make a secure one-off payment and complete a simple online questionnaire with basic marriage details.

I was married abroad, can I still use an online divorce?

Yes, we help thousands of people each year end their marriage in a quicker, easier and cheaper way than by using high-street solicitors.

To get a divorce in England or Wales, one party to the divorce will need to be habitually resident in the UK or if you live abroad, domiciled in the UK.

Do both parties need to be in agreement?

Yes, both parties will need to be in agreement to the divorce, or if you are unsure, your spouse must be likely to agree to the divorce.

Trading Standards


We are the only online divorce company that are approved by the Buy With Confidence Scheme in association with Trading Standards

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