Wikivorce is a respected, trusted social enterprise, our mission is simply to help people through a break-up.
Lawyers and solicitors are in business to make profits for the law firm's partners.
Commercial divorce websites are in business to make profits for their shareholders.
Wikivorce is a well respected national organisation. We are sponsored by the UK government and have received funding awards from two leading social charities.
Trying to find a reputable local solicitor is very difficult: some are good, others are either indifferent, incompetent or charge ridiculously expensive fees.
Commercial divorce websites are unregulated, some use misleading adverts, offer poor customer service, refuse to make refunds and add-on hidden charges.
Our services are provided by a reputable family law firm who employ experienced and specialist family lawyers.
Local solicitors are a "Jack of all trades" who take on all cases that walk through the door: property, employment, personal injury etc.
"Quick Divorce Online" websites do not employ lawyers, can't offer legal advice and use unqualified case managers.
Solicitors typically charge £200 per hour (plus VAT). Most refuse to commit to a fixed price and often charge much more than their initial estimate for your divorce.
Some divorce websites offer bargain prices but then use the "hard-sell" over the phone to persuade vulnerable clients to buy their overpriced services.
Wikivorce was created by people who have personal experience of divorce. Our advisors will be happy to take the time to fully explain the divorce process to you.
Many lawyers still speak in legal jargon, they don't have the time, patience or communications skills required to fully explain the divorce process to clients.
Unlike Wikivorce, most other divorce websites have sales consultants paid on commission to sell you the most expensive services regardless of your needs.
Did you know? Wikivorce provides advice and support to 50,000 people every year. That means we now help people in 1 in 3 of all UK divorces.