A well respected, award winning social enterprise
Volunteer run - Government and charity funded
We help 50,000 people a year through divorce

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Mon/Fri 9am-6pm       Sat/Sun 2pm-6pm
Call for FREE expert advice & service info

 

Child Arrangements and Issues?

We have a strong team of family solicitors who have a track record of succeeding in child abduction cases. blah blah.

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When you receive divorce papers it is very important that you do not ignore them - you must get some advice and then submit a response promptly (preferably within 7 days).


If you do not respond quickly - and in the correct way - then you could end up being ordered by the court to pay your spouses solicitor fees of around £1000 to £1500.


What are the benefits of using this service?

This professional and high quality service provides a great solution for people who are worried about the high cost of using solicitors, but are also concerned about making a mistake if they try to submit their own response to the court.  

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Quick and convenient phone service to ensure you meet the court deadline.


The service can be delivered over the phone within 24 hours of ordering.
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Service provided by an award winning family law expert.


Ruth Langford is a family law specialist and the 2015 Paralegal Of The Year..
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Advice on Unreasonable Behaviour, Adultery and 2 or 5 year Separation


We can explain how to respond to allegations of adultery or unreasonable behaviour
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Advice on Financial claims made in part 10 of divorce form


We will explain what the financial section of the form means and how it impacts you
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Advice on whether you should contest or defend the divorce


We will explain the costs and impications of deciding to defend the divorce
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Advice responding to applications that contain a claim for legal costs


We provide advice and a letter template for you to use to negotiate claims for costs.
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Affordable Fixed Price


Our fees for this service are a fraction of that charged by local high street solicitors.


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What is the process for ordering this service?

Provided that you and your spouse are able to agree on a fair financial agreement, then the process to draft the agreement, get it signed and obtain court approval is fairly straightforward:

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1) Call our helpline to order the service and book a time for your phone consultation:


Due to the tight deadlines for responding to the court, we recommend that you call our helpline to order this service and at the same time you can book a suitable appointment for the phone consultation with our family law expert.

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2) We will email you a Step by Step guide to responding to divorce


This guide will provide an overview of responding to divorce and enable you to prepare for your phone consultation.  

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3) At the scheduled date/time we will call you to provide advice and complete the legal forms  


Our family law expert will discuss you case and your individual circumstances, and based on this we will provide advice on the best way to respond to the divorce. We will assist you with the wording of every question on the D10 Acknowledgement of Service form.

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4) You post the completed response to the court (and optionally send email to other party)  


Acting on the advice that you have received from our legal expert you will then be able to submit the completed response to court in the enevelope that they provided. In some cases we will also advise you to send an email to your spouse or their solicitor (we will provide you with the email template for this).

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5) The Court confirms receipt of your response:


Around 1 or 2 weeks later you will receive a confirmation letter from the court confirming that they received your response.

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6) Phone advice on Decree Nisi or Decree Absolute stages.


Once you have responded to divorce using this service then there are usually no further actions you need to take. The final two steps of divorce (Application for Decree Nisi and Application for Decree Absolute) are done by the petitioner (your spouse). You willreceive updates from the court by letter as each stage is reached. However if you have any more questions further on in the process then you can call our helpline for advice..