An Uncontested Divorce offers you and your spouse an amicable, inexpensive and quicker way to deal with your divorce. This type of divorce isn’t right for everybody, but if you are in agreement it is the easiest, quickest and cheapest way to divorce.
QuickeDivorce only provide quick online divorce services for couples seeking an uncontested divorce, which is where both parties agree to the divorce, removing the need to instruct a solicitor and attend a court hearing.
If you and your ex-partner are amicable and agree to the divorce you will not need to involve solicitors and risk affecting the situation. If you can be amicable during your divorce you will not only be able to get a cheaper and quicker divorce, but it will also be easier to deal with.
QuickeDivorce provide several levels of uncontested divorce service, which will affect the length of time your divorce can be completed in. Our Managed Divorce Service is the quickest service and on average can complete within 14 weeks.
The low costs associated with uncontested divorce are obviously the most revealing benefit to being amicable and not instructing solicitors. You can start your DIY Divorce for in minutes and compared to using solicitors it could save you over £1,000.
When you are amicable and in agreement to the divorce there is no need to instruct a solicitor and in doing so you could save hundreds of pounds for what effectively is a legal paperwork process.
You can only proceed with an uncontested divorce if both parties are in agreement and the respondent doesn’t defend the divorce.
It is always worth seeking professional legal advice before deciding to use an uncontested divorce service, mainly to ensure you are receiving a fair deal when you split your assets and finances within the marriage.
Some of the basic requirements you will need to get an uncontested divorce are;
You can still get an uncontested divorce with Quickedivorce if;
The process of an uncontested divorce is very straightforward and has 3 main stages.
1. Complete D8 Divorce Petition
Firstly you will need to complete a D8 divorce petition, which states the reasons for the divorce and has your personal and marriage details on. If you use our Managed Divorce Service we will complete all necessary divorce documents for you.
2. Apply for Decree Nisi
You then need to apply for the decree nisi, which is where the courts pronounce your decree, as they see no reasons to not grant you the divorce.
3. Apply for your Decree Absolute
Lastly you will need to apply for the decree absolute, 6 weeks after the decree nisi is pronounced.
Using our Managed Divorce & Consent Order Service, we would handle your entire divorce case, but also obtain you a consent order. Unsure what a consent order is?
This makes it quick and easy for you to receive your decree absolute within 12-16 weeks on average, without any worry or stress about protecting your future after divorce.
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There are no hidden costs or nasty surprises, just a one off fixed fee payment and the mandatory court-filing fees, if you are not exempt from paying them.
We understand that people can be sceptical about choosing QuickeDivorce as our low costs are so appealing compared to solicitors firms, but we have processed over 80,000 divorces and continue to be a leader in online uncontested divorces in the UK.
Our divorce experts will complete and check all required divorce paperwork that you will need. We will then send them to you within 24 hours ready for you to sign and post to the court.
This service includes unlimited telephone & email support throughout your case from start-to-finish.DIY Divorce Service
You can track your divorce online 24/7, and you only need to complete your order and provide us with basic information via an online questionnaire.
This service includes priority telephone, email and live chat support from your dedicated case manager.Managed Divorce Service
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