Below is a table comparing our divorce services. This makes picking your divorce service much easier and ensures you receive the package you are wanting.
If you have any further question please do not hesitate to contact one of our advisors for a free consultation on 01793 394 032.
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The short and unfortunate answer is no. For the courts to process your divorce application after 5 years your spouse will need to be given the opportunity to see the divorce petition.
If you have no address for your ex-partner, you will be expected to use other methods such as contacting friends and family. Quicke Divorce can help you understand the process and costs involved, so it's best to get in touch with us on 01793 384 032.
If you are looking to use unreasonable behaviour as your ground for divorce, you must use the actions that you deem unreasonable that your spouse commits and cannot use your own behaviour.
You will be expected to give at least four or five examples of your spouse behaviour, which our staff will help draft for you to ensure your divorce can progress through the courts.
You first need to understand which of the available grounds you can use to file for divorce and then look into the complications of each one.
If you have been separated for two years and you and your spouse are amicable it makes sense to use 2 years separation with consent, but we understand that most cases aren't this simple.
It's therefore important that you get the best advice about which ground to choose before you start proceeedings, so call our team on 01793 384 032 for free adivce.
There are no hidden costs involved with any of our services. We clearly display the cost of our services including what you will be expected to pay by the court.
The court fees are your only additional cost and you may be exempt from paying these if you are on a low-income or receive certain benefits.