The quickest divorce service QuickeDivorce provide is the Managed Divorce for £169.
TThis service is quicker for many reasons, but the main reasons are because we are efficient in filing every application at the correct time and we use a dedicated court that process our cases quicker than most other places.
On average this service can be completed within 14 weeks, well under half the national average of 33 weeks!
We understand that some people will be skeptical about using an online divorce service opposed to the traditional way of using high street solicitors.
We have helped over 150,000 couples achieve a quicker, cheaper and all round more amicable divorce since 2000.
We are part of the "Buy with confidence" scheme through Trading Standards to give our customers that added security when they purchase from us.
An online divorce is 100% legal and was created to save people spending thousands on their divorce when really it is unnecessary if things are amicable.
If you and your spouse have agreed to the divorce and you are looking to keep things amicable, then yes an online divorce will be perfect for you.
You can use an online divorce if you have children, finances or property to split and if you are unsure on what grounds to base your divorce upon.
If you are unsure whether an online divorce is suitable for you, please call us on 01793 384 032 for a free consultation from our friendly divorce experts.
Using QuickeDivorce to get divorced makes things very simple and straightforward and doesn't require much from you.
You will need your marriage certificate or a copy of it translated into English if it isn't currently.
Apart from that you will only need to give a few minutes of your time to provide us with the information we need.
You will not need to attend court in person or deal with any correspondence with them when QuickeDivorce manage your divorce for you.
Our Managed Divorce Service is the most popular with our customers for many reasons, but mainly because we take away all of the stress and pain that is commonly associated with a divorce process.
Not only will you be able to carry on with your life whilst we deal with everything for you but you will also save a considerable amount of money with using this service compared to using solicitors.
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.
We can have a qualified solicitor with over 10 years of experience in family law draft you a legally binding consent order for just £139 fixed fee.
All of our divorce services are designed to be as seamless and quick as possible. It does depend on how efficient the courts are and if you have to wait for your spouse to return papers etc.
But If you filed your divorce papers the next day after we send them to you, then you dont have to send them back to us for us to file with the courts.
Therefore doing your own divorce with our DIY divorce services should be quicker and save you over £500.
You cannot just get a divorce after 5 years. There still needs to be an attempt to serve the divorce papers so they have the opportunity to respond as anyone can say they have been separated for any period of time.
We will help you get a quick and simple divorce on 5 years separation without needing to spend £200 an hour on a solicitor.
What the court needs is evidence you have tried your hardest to locate them or if they are UK based you can apply for an order requiring HM revenue and Customs to hand over the address on their records to the court.
Our simple DIY service is unique as it has been developed specifically to address the withdrawal of legal aid for divorce cases in April 2013.
Unlike other providers, we don't just provide you with blank forms and a guide to file your own divorce. We complete your divorce petition as well, which is the main document in any divorce proceedings.
Prior to April 2013 over 200,000 people obtained help with their divorce proceedings. Poorer citizens could get the state to pay for a solicitor to prepare and file an uncontested divorce case.
Now these people have to either do the divorce themselves or pay for a solicitor to deal with it for them.
We have created a step-by-step walk through of an uncontested divorce so that anyone can file their own divorce without the need to pay lawyers fees.
If you do not intend to obtain a divorce for some time then it may be advisable to obtain a separation agreement.
This document is effectively a contract between husband and wife and will enable you to put into effect any financial agreement you have reached as part of splitting your assets.
The agreement can cover everything from selling your home to maintenance for children. It can even deal with where the children will live and how often the absent parent can see them, although most agreements tend to concentrate on the financial aspects of the divorce.
The idea behind these agreements is that if there is a dispute, the court have a written agreement they can refer to when considering a disputed divorce case.
Unless you have been legally trained it would be very hard for you to have the necessary knowledge and drafting skills to draft an agreement that would be accepted by a court in the event of a dispute.
Therefore it is always advisable to have a solicitor or someone fully trained to draft your separation agreement.
Our solicitors have at least 10 years post qualification experience in divorce and family law matters.
All of our solicitors are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and subject to the rules of The Legal Ombudsman.
They also have professional indemnity insurance to ensure that if they are negligent, you will be compensated.
A consent order can take up to 31 days to be drafted by our solicitor. Each consent order is drafted to your individual requirements, we do not use templates and we do not produce generic clean break documents.
We try to deal with each consent order in chronological order, some consent orders take longer than others due to their complexity.
We have a DIY and Managed consent order service, which just depends on how much work you would like to obtain your consent order.
No, unless you had legal training, you will not be able to draft your own consent order. There is no standard consent order form or template you can use as each consent order has to be individually drafted using specific clauses and precedents to reflect individual cases.
Unless you have access to these precedents it would be very difficult for an individual to draft an order that would be acceptable to a court.