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Divorce advice: why you shouldn’t change the locks

Our homes are nigh-on always our most valuable and vital possession. As a result, when a couple separates, should one spouse remain in the matrimonial home, they’re often overly keen to protect it from their husband/wife. As a result, Quickie Divorce are frequently asked whether or not the remaining party can cha...

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What’s the easiest way to divorce when you have children?

When you become a parent, your world changes in the most fundamental way imaginable. You’re no longer inclined to prioritise your needs above those of all others; any desire to be irresponsible melts into the ether; you become dedicated to one purpose and will prioritise it over all others: ensuring that your children...

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Why you can’t rush a Quickie Divorce

Just over a week ago, it was reported that infamous former glamour model Katie Price intended to divorce her current husband, Kieran Hayler, due to adultery. This is not something that we would deem worthy of a blog post (celebrity divorces are common tabloid, after all), but something about this story made it stand ou...

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Three assets vital to your divorce settlement

When a couple decide to divorce, it’s vitally important that the assets they have jointly accumulated as a couple are distributed amongst them in such a way as to ensure that both parties are left with the resources they require to begin their new lives. Often, however, it is the need to agree an equitable and reas...

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Unreasonable behaviour divorce: explaining time limits

When both you and your spouse want a divorce but you’ve not yet been living separately for two years and neither of you have committed adultery, then one of you will have to rely on the others unreasonable behaviour. As difficult as many assume this will be (and wait until the aforementioned two-year period has passed...

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How much does it cost to do your own divorce?

With wages having been depressed for more than a decade now, people are regularly looking to save money wherever possible – divorces included. Long deemed to be the exclusive preserve of the legal professional, Divorce Petitions and other documents needed to dissolve a marriage are regularly being completed an...

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Why you pay the courts £550 when filing for divorce

The fact that the courts charge a fee of £550 when someone files for a divorce is, unsurprisingly, a huge bugbear for many. After all, the courts hardly make it clear what people will be getting for their money; so much so that many people assume that this fee will entitle them to help with their forms, assistanc...

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Do the grounds for divorce affect financial settlements?

Every time a couple gets a divorce, they need to divide their joint assets. Things like property, cars, pensions etc. all need to be considered and the couple must either reach an agreement or, if they find that they cannot, head to court and let a judge decide who gets what. Whilst most couples will be able to succ...

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Why online divorces will have little effect on divorce rates

The divorce process in England and Wales has, until recently, been administered exclusively via physical paperwork that needed to be sent directly to court. Now, though, it’s possible for the relevant documentation to be completed and submitted online – something which has left a few people feeling more tha...

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Will having children effect my ability to divorce online?

Many people assume that they will be unable to get a divorce online if they and their spouse have had children together. So much so, in fact, that it’s a question our advisers are regularly asked. All in all, it’s understandable that people have a tendency to assume that the divorce process will be compl...

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How does the divorce process start?

Starting the divorce process can be a daunting prospect. The thought of formally ending your marriage is one that, as you’ll be aware of the significant changes it’s certain to bring, is more than capable of causing anxiety. Whilst these concerns are nearly always misplaced, though, this doesn’t make...

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Are you responsible for your ex’s debts following a divorce?

Divorce, even when it’s uncontested, can still be extremely expensive, particularly as it often means that people will be moving from dual-income to single-income households. As a result, it’s hardly surprising that so many people are concerned about their spouse’s debts and whether or not they’...

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