Quickie Divorce UK were one of the founding members of the online divorce industry’s first trade association and voluntary regulatory body.

The National Association for the Providers of Online Divorces (NAPOD) was established to represent the interests of the sector, and to foster an industry-wide spirit of integrity, honesty and transparency.

NAPOD’s key aims are to:

  • Improve standards within the online divorce industry by providing benchmark service levels and a code of practice
  • Represent the interests of the sector to government, regulators, consumer groups, business and media
  • Provide services to its members, in particular, information on relevant legislation and regulations
  • Promote the industry as an effective and trusted solution to those seeking an uncontested divorce
  • Act as a trade association for related online industries, such as providers of wills, cohabitation and pre-nuptial agreements, clean break orders, and separation agreements.

In addition, NAPOD plans to accredit members with a logo which it hopes will become synonymous as a symbol of trustworthiness and good practice within the industry.

Prior to the setting up of NAPOD, the online divorce industry was one of the few business sectors of its size not to have a trade association.

UK online divorces – and their related services – now account for an annual turnover running into millions of pounds. As consumer confidence grows in the purchasing of online services, and people become more aware of online divorces, this figure will likely turn into tens of millions.

With the advent of more and more smaller firms into the marketplace, it is hoped that online divorce providers will support the initiative and seek NAPOD membership as a statement of their intent to maintain integrity, honesty and transparency within a rapidly growing industry.

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