We manage all aspects of your divorce and financial consent order from start-to-finish for £269 fixed fee, which includes the drafting and filing of all paperwork.
Using a Managed Divorce & Consent Order service will enable you to have your entire divorce process dealt with, whilst having a qualified solicitor draft and complete a financial consent order for you.
We can deal with all aspects of your financial agreement, such as any property division, maintenance payments, debts, savings and pension sharing orders.
You will be given a personal case manager who will deal with your divorce case from start-to-finish, allowing you to carry on with your life whilst we obtain a clean break divorce for you.Order Online Today for £269
All required divorce documents are drafted, checked and filed for you by your case manager, which means that interaction with the court is also handled for you.
Our qualified solicitors with over 15 years experience in family law will draft your financial consent order as part of the fixed fee of £269.
Using this service will legally end your marriage and provide a clean break so that both parties are no longer financially tied after divorce and no claims can be made against either party in the future.
This service is much like a high-street solicitor handling your case from start to finish, just without the excessive costs and lack of efficiency in completing your divorce.Apply Online Today - £269
Our Managed Divorce & Consent Order Service Costs £269, which is a fraction of the cost of what high-street solicitors charge (typically £1,200 + VAT).
Everything involved with obtaining your divorce and consent order is handled for you by us, leaving you to carry on with your life whilst being kept up to date with the progress.
This service will typically save you over £1,000 on the cost of your divorce when compared to using a local solicitors firm.
There are mandatory court fees of £600 payable directly to the court, but you may be exempt if you are on a low income or certain benefits. Please call us for free consultation on 01793 384 032.
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We draft all required divorce documents to complete your divorce
The divorce papers that need to be drafted are complex and confusing, any mistake in these will delay the whole divorce process, whilst adding further costs to your divorce. Your personal case manager will carefully draft and check your documents before filing them with the courts.
A solicitor will draft your financial consent order documents
Our qualified solicitors with over 15 years of experience in family law will draft your consent order from your agreed financial settlement and process it through the courts for you, so that you obtain a legally binding financial order to separate all held assets and finances.
The filing of all divorce and consent order documents with the courts
Your dedicated personal case manager and solicitor will process your divorce and consent order through court until both processes are finalised. Your case will be managed until you receive your decree absolute to end your marriage and your financial consent order to separate all financial ties.
Access to our 24/7 online case management system to track your progress
You will be given access to our industry leading online case management system, where you will be able to track the progress of your case and interact with your case manager to find out any information about your case.
A consent order is a legally binding court order that prevents any future claims against each other after the divorce is completed.
The prevention of future claims against eachother in the future is vital to having piece of mind and financial security after divorce, because without a consent order you will still be financially tied, even after years of being divorced.
If you have outstanding assets and finances such as property, savings or pensions that you want made legally binding to prevent any future claims, then you will need to obtain a consent order.
A qualified family law solicitor will draft your agreement, which will be given to both parties to agree and sign before we submit it to the court for them to process.Order Online Now - £269
There is one obvious benefit to using QuickeDivorce to manage both your divorce and financial order, which is the cost of just £269, but there are a lot more reasons why this service is so popular;
The same service with a high-street solicitors firm would cost over £1,200 + VAT. We follow the same legal process as a solicitor would, we just don't charge the same excessive fees.Start Your Divorce Today - £269
This service is the easiest and most cost effective way to have your divorce dealt with whilst also obtaining a legally binding financial consent order for just £269.00.
Using a traditional high street law firm could cost you over £750, just for them to put your agreed financial split into a consent order.
We have helped over 150,000 couples get a cheaper, quicker and more stress free divorce and consent order since 2003.
On average we help save our customers at least £750 compared to using local solicitors, but we also complete the entire process in 8 weeks fewer.Start Your Divorce Now - £269
Yes you can. If you see England or Wales are your permanent home or if one party in the divorce still lives in the UK.
It would be best to contact us either through live chat, email or telephone on 01793 384 032, we can discuss the process you will need to take and your divorce services options.
The total cost of this service is £869.
You will pay £269 upfront for your divorce and financial consent order to be managed and obtained for you.
You will then have to pay £600 for court-filing fees (if you are not exempt). £550 is for the court to process your divorce, you will then be asked to pay £50 to obtain the financial consent order.
This service includes a financial consent order, which is a legally binding court order that will protect your assets and prevent any future claims agaisnt either party after the divorce.
You can include things such as division of property, pension sharing, maintenance, savings and debt in your consent order.
There is no definitive timescale for a divorce to complete within, but realistically between 16-20 weeks is the average time.
This of course does depend on the efficiency of you, your spouse and the court returning the relevant paperwork when necessary, which is why it's so hard putting an accurate timeframe on your divorce.7