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What are the advantages of a DIY divorce?

If you’re considering a divorce, you’ve probably done some research and, if you have, you’ve probably come across the term DIY divorce. The abbreviation is largely self-explanatory, of course, but, if you’re genuinely considering doing your own divorce, we think it’s important that you ful...

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Five things to do after you’re divorced

After a divorce has been finalised, it’s all too easy to get caught up in excitement, relief, hope or any other number of emotions. Sadly, this means that people regularly forget that there are a number of things they’ll need to take care of as a result of their marriage having been legally dissolved. Wi...

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Five more examples of unreasonable behaviour in divorce

Divorce relying on unreasonable behaviour is, as we’ve stated previously, something that many people misunderstand. It leads people to conclude that they need to cite heinous and abhorrent examples of their spouse’s behaviour when they really don’t need to. As we appreciate that thinking of examples c...

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What to do if you can’t divorce for two years

We and many other companies operating within the realm of family law have been calling for the introduction of no-fault divorce for several years now. Currently, couples that agree to a divorce but that are unwilling or unable to rely on adultery or unreasonable behaviour are required to wait until they have been separ...

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If I get divorced abroad, will it be recognised in the UK?

As we live in a world that is becoming more and more globalised, it’s understandable that a large number of people contact Quickie Divorce wanting to know if divorces that they’ve been granted in other countries will be recognised in the UK. Whilst it is by no means easy to determine whether such divorce...

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What can I do if I can’t get a divorce online?

Considering that it could save them hundreds or even thousands of pounds, it’s hardly surprising that more and more people are now opting to get a divorce online. Sadly, though, there are circumstances under which an online divorce simply isn’t the right choice. The purpose of this article, though, is no...

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Can I get a divorce without attending mediation?

Divorce courts throughout England and Wales have, along with all public services, been subjected to significant reductions in funding for approaching a decade. As a result, as of 2011, steps have been taken to encourage divorcing couples to use mediation to resolve contentious issues through mediation rather than the c...

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A few extra tips that’ll speed up your divorce

It’s one of the most common divorce-related searches entered into Google every day so it was only logical that one of the first posts we wrote for this blog was about how people can speed up their divorces. On reflection, though, this post focused on the beginning of the process and, having gone back and revie...

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How do you start the divorce process in the UK?

‘How do you start the divorce process in the UK?’ is, our research has revealed, one of the most searched for terms concerning divorce throughout England and Wales. With this in mind, we thought we’d provide a step-by-step guide on both what you’ll need to do and what you should do in order to b...

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Is no-fault divorce available in England and Wales?

No-fault divorce is the de facto ground for divorce in numerous countries throughout the world. With the majority of separations in the UK now being attributed to the fact that couples are simply falling out of love, you’d expect it to be available here, too. Sadly, this isn’t the case – technically a...

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How does a divorce work with a child?

They’re the most important thing in our lives and the need to put their wellbeing first when they’re involved in legal proceedings is enshrined in UK law. When you take this into consideration, it should come as no surprise to hear that we’re regularly asked how the divorce process will be affected wh...

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Divorce could soon be legal in the Philippines

The people of the Philippines could soon be able to obtain divorces through the country’s courts. The staunchly Catholic nation is, along with the Vatican City, currently the only nation in the world that does not allow divorce but, with the country’s lower house having passed a divorce bill on Monday, t...

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