Managed Online Divorce Services
The Easiest Way to Divorce
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No Fault Individual Managed DivorceThe easiest way to divorce
- No complicated forms to fill or legal jargon to learn
- No risk of making a mistake, incurring additional court charges, and delaying your divorce
- We deal with the court on your behalf, so you don’t have to waste hours on phone
- Everything is handled for you, leaving you to carry on with your life while we deal with your divorce
No Fault Couples Managed DivorceThe most amicable way to divorce
- We work with you and your spouse to make the divorce process is as smooth and fast as possible
- Lowest levels of relationship conflict, stress and anxiety
- Save over £2000 between you in legal costs compared to you both instructing separate solicitors
- File jointly or as individuals, we will guide you both through the divorce process
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Very Fast Divorce
Fast and simple process, divorce in half the time of the UK average.
No hidden Costs
Clear prices with no nasty surprises, saving you over £1,000 compared to high-street solicitors.
Court Approved Guarantee
We’ll fix any problem and give a 100% refund if the court declines your divorce.
Support When You Need It
Talk with real people that have professional and personal divorce experience.
No Court Appearance
No need to take time off work or arrange childcare to attend court.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Your Questions Answered
If you can answer yes to the following questions, you can use our fast and easy online service.
- Do you live in England or Wales?
- Have you been married for more than 12 months?
- Do you and your spouse agree to divorce?
Online divorce services are for couples who are looking for an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce means that both individuals agree on the decision to end the marriage and the reasons why they want to end the marriage.
Yes. There is a mandatory court fee of £593 (increased from £550 on the 30th September 2021) to divorce in England or Wales. This doesn’t mean you have to attend court. It is to pay for the court’s staff to process your divorce.
You have to pay the court fee regardless of who you use to manage your divorce unless you are eligible for the ‘help with fees’ scheme.
To be eligible for the help with fees scheme, you need to have less than £3,000 in savings and investments if you’re under the age of 61 and under £16,000 if you are over 61.
You also either need to be on a low income or on one of the following benefits:
- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA)
- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
- Income Support
- Universal Credit (and you earn less than £6,000 a year)
- Pension Credit (Guarantee Credit)
If you’re not on any of those benefits, you can get the fee completely waivered if you earn less than £1,085 a month before tax if you’re single or less than £1,245 if you have a partner.
You also have an extra allowance of £245 on top of that for each child you have. For example, if you have a partner and two children, you must earn less than £1,735 to be eligible for the help with fees scheme.
The scheme also offers a discount on a sliding scale. If you meet the savings conditions, you could earn up to £2,190 a month before tax and get the fee at least partly reduced.
You will save hundreds and often thousands of pounds. Easy Online Divorce is cheaper and faster because the central aim of our business is for our clients to divorce.
In contrast, solicitors charge by the hour and make a significant amount of money from conflict between divorcing couples.
With the couple managed service, we actively engage your spouse, involving them in the divorce process. This speeds the divorce up because your spouse can anticipate the arrival of the divorce papers and ask us if they have any questions on how to respond.
Separating couples also find that this service helps reduce tension and the risk of conflict because we act as an intermediary dealing with divorce questions, so they don’t have to ask each other.
The service is also particularly beneficial for couples seeking clean breaks or financial consent orders. Our impartiality helps build trust, which is essential for couples a fast and smooth financial agreement.
No. Our Managed Services are for uncontested divorces – couples who both agree to the divorce.
If you don’t know where your spouse is, take a look at our Missing Spouse Divorce service.
No. Our Managed Services are for uncontested divorces – couples who both agree to the divorce. Our recommendation in this situation is to contact your spouse to let them know that you want a divorce.
There is no such thing as an automatic divorce. Even after five years, the court must be satisfied that your spouse knows that you want to divorce them.
If you are unable to speak to your spouse or they refuse to comply, you can use our Personal Service Divorce. We use a bailiff to serve papers on your spouse and use this as evidence so that the court allows your divorce to proceed without your spouse’s involvement.
No, not at all. If one of you lives in England, then the English courts have jurisdiction, and you can use our service. We have clients with spouses all over the world.
No. A financial settlement is a separate court case altogether.
Once you have a decree nisi (permission to divorce from the court), you can apply to the court for a financial order.
Take a look at our financial service packaged for more details on financial orders.