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Posted by familylaw on 1st October 2015

We offer a fixed fee divorce that will provide you with the security of knowing exactly what your divorce will cost. Due to our expertise and experience, you will not be compromising on service or standards.

Whichever lawyer is assigned to your case, you can be certain that you will receive all the professional and emotional support that you need at this particular time.

Our fixed fee for an undefended divorce is £450 plus VAT and Court fees.

Additional costs will apply if your case involves children or financial issues. We will provide you with cost estimates for these issues which are charged on an hourly rate basis and available on request.

We also offer a subsidised fixed fee divorce to those who, because of financial eligibility, were formerly eligible for Legal Aid.

What We Will Do

Provide you with a free first appointment with one of our specialist family lawyers.

Prepare all the documents necessary to obtain your divorce on an undefended basis.

Arrange for all the documents to be sent to the Court.

What You Will Need To Do

Call us to arrange an appointment and complete our questionnaire.

Provide us with your original, or a certified copy of, your marriage certificate.

Provide us with any other information we may request as soon as you are able to do so.

Consider and approve any documents we send to you quickly and return them to us.

Pay in full at the end of the first appointment.

What Is Not Included In The Fixed Fee

Having the other party served personally with the papers if he / she does not co-operate.

If any part of the case becomes defended.

If the divorce petition needs to be altered once it has been sent to the Court.

Cases where you do not know where the other party lives.

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