A relationship breakdown is not easy but choosing the right Divorce Solicitor would help you could reduce conflict and improve the outcome for you.
You might think that getting a divorce means you’ll end up in Court. But if you and your ex agree that you both want a divorce and agree on the reasons for your divorce, you probably won’t have to. And, a Fixed Fee Divorce is likely to suit you best.
During the divorce process, you’ll need to decide what happens to your money, your property and more importantly, your children, if you have any. Our Divorce Solicitors and Lawyers can help you to work through these decisions to get the best possible outcome.
For initial legal advice get in touch with our Family Law and Divorce Team
If you want to talk about payment options, the divorce process or would like to speak with someone about a Fixed Fee Divorce, feel free to call us.
There’s no doubt that getting a divorce can be painful, but the process itself doesn’t have to be. By using our Fixed Fee Divorce, you can be certain about what’s included in the price, with no hidden costs.
Our Fixed Fee Divorce Costs £1000 (VAT Included). If you and your ex have agreed on the split of your matrimonial finances, we can also offer you a Fixed Fee Consent Order so your divorce financial settlement can be dealt with at the same time.
When you get a Fixed Fee Divorce, here’s what’s included:
Yes, you can, if:
We can, of course, deal with any disputes about who will pay the costs and help you agree a way forward, but the work will fall outside of the Fixed Fee.
If your former partner has applied for a divorce and you need to respond to the divorce petition, we can do this for you for a fixed fee of just £500 (excluding VAT)
The person who applies for the Divorce is known as the Petitioner and the person who replies to a divorce petition is called the Respondent.
By taking advantage of our Fixed Fee process, you won’t have to worry about filling in any paperwork or having to speak to your former partner.
As long as you agree to the divorce and don’t want to defend it, we can offer you a Fixed Fee service.
If you’ve been able to resolve your financial arrangements amicably, we can help you to finalise any financial terms with your former partner. We do this by preparing a Consent Order and lodging it with the Court to make sure it becomes a legally binding agreement between the two of you.
Whether or not a Fixed Fee Divorce is right for you will depend upon how quickly you’re able to reach an agreement and the level of complexity. In many cases, you can tell us what the agreed terms are, we will then write to your former partner asking them to confirm that they agree with what you have outlined to us, and if they do, we don’t need to negotiate on your behalf, leaving only the paperwork to sort out for you.
We can generally prepare the divorce papers within days, giving you peace of mind quickly and allowing you to focus on your day to day life and move forward.
The Fixed Fee Divorce process itself is straightforward. The steps are:
The cost for a Fixed Fee Divorce is £1000.00 (Excluding VAT)
The Court Fee is £550, so the overall cost is £1,550. (Excluding VAT)
To deal with your Consent Order it will cost £900.00 (Excluding VAT). The Court Fee is £50, so the overall cost is £950.00 (Excluding VAT)
It’s become more and more common for couples getting divorced to share the divorce costs.CONSULT OUR TEAM