Fixed Fee Separation and Divorce Service
Many people worry that consulting a solicitor for separation and divorce might mean that they face legal fees without knowing what the bill will be at the end of the day. Perhaps you have been separated for some time, everything is agreed between you and your spouse, but you have hesitated to take the first step towards divorce because you are worried about what the legal costs will be. In that case, our online fixed fee service is for you.
Provided you and your spouse (or civil partner) are in agreement about the details of your separation – including arrangements for any children, and your finances - we can offer an online fixed fee service for separation and divorce, tailored to your own particular circumstances - How it Works .
Once you have accepted our fee quote, that is what you will pay for our service. There are no hidden extras - you pay the quoted fee only. You will know right from the start what it will cost you, and you have the peace of mind of knowing that your legal work is being carried out to our usual high standards by our well qualified and experienced family law team. The work is done using our secure online login area and by email. A meeting or telephone consultation with a family law solicitor is included in the service.
Even if you are not in full agreement with your spouse, we can probably still help you and offer a fixed fee for our service – click here for more information.
Can you tick all these boxes?
- No Financial Disputes Between Spouses
- No Disputes
- Separated For 1 Year
and your spouse will
consent to divorce
- Separated For 2 Years
and your spouse will not
object to divorce
If you can tick all these boxes, click here to get a quote.Get a Quote
If you can tick all these boxes, click here for more details about our fixed fee service.More Details
Even if you can’t tick the boxes, we can still help you with your separation and divorce, click here to find out how.More Help
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