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What is a Clean Break Divorce?

‘What is a Clean Break Divorce?’ is a question that should be followed with one simple statement: it’s the best means of addressing the most common and potentially damaging divorce myth of all. It is widely believed that the financial ties that exist between spouses are permanently severed after a...

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Can I get divorced?

‘Can I get divorced?’ is the query we’re required to answer most regularly at Quickie Divorce - undoubtedly due to the surprising lack of online materials that answer this question. Well, there’s actually very little criteria that needs to be met before the courts in England and Wales will co...

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Divorce and adultery: five things you need to know

Adultery is one of five reasons that can be cited in order to prove that a marriage has irretrievably broken down and obtain a divorce. Sadly, the legal definition of adultery is much maligned, with critics consistently arguing that it is outdated. Considering the sheer confusion and frustration this definition causes...

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Can I get a divorce online if I got married abroad?

Many people assume that getting a divorce in England or Wales will be far more complicated if they were married overseas. Some even assume that they’ll be unable to obtain a divorce outside of the jurisdiction within which they were married. Whilst many people are unsure of how being married abroad will affect...

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Can you get divorced without going to court?

Can I get a divorce without going to court? It’s another of the questions our advisers receive on an almost daily basis. The answer, if the divorce is uncontested, is yes; you can get a divorce in England or Wales without the need to attend court. Typically, when we think of legal proceedings we tend to imagin...

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Can you get a divorce without your spouse’s consent?

“Can I get a divorce without my spouse’s consent?” is a question that is regularly answered by Quickie Divorce’s advisers. The simple answer to this question is yes, but that’s not the whole story. Here are the things you need to know if you want a divorce and your spouse doesn’t...

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How much does a divorce cost?

Ask a solicitor how much a divorce costs and you’re likely to get a protracted and convoluted answer about variables, uncertainties and it ultimately not being possible to determine the final cost until everything’s done and dusted.  Now, if you’re talking about a complicated, contested divorc...

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Can I get a divorce online?

We all know by now that the start of a new year is the busiest period for those of us who operate within the divorce-sphere; the number of people looking to end their marriages all but doubles and – as this is also when we look to tighten our belts – many are certain to forego traditional solicitor-led services for mor...

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Who pays the divorce fees?

‘Who pays divorce fees?’ is another of the questions Quickie Divorce’s advisers respond to on a regular basis. There is a common misconception that the Respondent (the person not filing for the divorce) will always be required to pay the court fees but, as this article will show, this is not the case. More often tha...

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How to get divorced without your marriage certificate

What do marriage certificates, insurance documents and pretty much every single piece of paperwork we only require in very specific circumstances have in common? They’re never where we think we’ve left them! No wonder “how can I get a divorce without my marriage certificate?” is one of the most...

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How to Get a Quick Divorce

A quick divorce is entirely achievable provided you and your spouse agree to it. In fact, if you and your spouse are able to put any differences that may exist to one side and coordinate throughout the process, there’s no reason why your divorce cannot be completed within just 12 weeks. Here are Quickie Divorce&r...

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Courts should offer Islamic divorce an expert has claimed

Divorce courts throughout the UK should have specialised units able to offer Islamic divorces, according to an expert in sharia law. Elham Manea, who currently serves as an associate professor in Middle East studies at Zurich University, is expected to advise a home affairs select committee that family courts throughou...

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