- Start your divorce today, from the comfort of your own home, without you having to take time off to visit a solicitor’s office.
- No complicated forms to complete or file. We do this for you, saving you time and stress.
- An experienced and qualified solicitor drafts and files your consent order and pension sharing order with the court, dealing with any objections or refusals should they arise.
- We deal with the court on your behalf, so you don’t have to sit on the phone for hours waiting to get through.
- You get full support via email and telephone, and our friendly divorce experts will keep you fully updated throughout the process.
- We have no hidden hourly costs, just one fixed fee of £799, saving you £3000 on average compared to a high street solicitor.
How it works
- Complete our secure online order form to start.
- Complete a simple online questionnaire and email us a photo of your marriage certificate so we can obtain the details we need to draft your divorce application.
- Your divorce application will be drafted and checked to ensure accuracy within 48 hours.
- We securely send your divorce petition to the court to start divorce proceedings.
- Our team of divorce experts will proactively update you throughout the divorce process. They will provide you with straightforward and easy-to-understand updates by email.
What this service includes
- A court-approved divorce and a consent order that deals with the sale or transfer of property, lump sum payments, child and spousal maintenance, and splitting savings, debts, and pensions. It also gives a clean break that protects you from any future claims.
- This is a fully managed divorce service. We prepare all of the documentation and handle your case through the courts for you. Our solicitors file the consent order with the courts and deal with the judge’s questions to secure quick approval.
What this service doesn’t include
- Court Fees. All divorces in England and Wales are subject to court fees of £593, and the fee for consent orders is £53. You may be exempt from paying court fees if you are on a low-income or receive certain benefits. You can find more information about the Help with Fees here.
- Help with Fees queries from the court. The help with fees process is a separate application between you, the court and the Department of Work and Pensions.
- Contact with your spouse. We only work with you with this service. If you would like us to engage with your spouse too, take a look at our Couples Managed Divorce Service.
- Help to negotiate your financial agreement.
- Amendments to the order by either party in the event of the case becoming disputed.