Is this right for you?
This option is for you if you accept that the partnership has broken down and you have no objection to there being a dissolution. If this describes your situation this option is right for you. If you want the dissolution to continue but object to certain details of the dissolution petition this option may still be suitable for you but you should contact us for some initial advice to explain the options available to you. If you do not accept that the partnership has come to an end and do not want to dissolve your partnership this option is not suitable for you and you would benefit from an initial meeting to explore the options available to you.
What is included?
We will explain the dissolution process in plain English. We will complete all the Court paperwork such as the Acknowledgement of Service for you and deal with the Decree Nisi and Decree Absolute.
We will write to the Court on your behalf and send them all the required documentation. We will keep you informed throughout.
What is not included?
This option does not cover any work in relation to financial matters or issues concerning your children such as contact. We can help you with this but that work will be charged for separately. Any additional costs will be explained to you before any further work is done for you.
How long does it take?
A dissolution takes between 6 to 9 months from start to finish. We will prepare your documents promptly upon receipt of details from you. We know it is important to you that you want the dissolution process to be dealt with as quickly as possible and we can assure you that we will deal with all ongoing work as promptly as possible.
Alternatively you may prefer to see your solicitor and pay for advice on an hourly charge.
If your spouse has included a claim within their Divorce Petition that you be ordered to pay their legal fees and you object to paying their fees , the Court may ask you to prepare a statement setting out your objections on paying their legal fees. We can help you prepare a statement but you will be charged separately for this. In the rare event that the Court requires you to attend Court there would be additional charges should you wish us to represent you in Court.
Any additional fees will be discussed and agreed with you beforehand.
Book now Fixed Fee Web based Divorce (Respondent) £400 + vat