Use of the Quickie Divorce UK online service is subject to the following terms and conditions:
All documentation and advice contained on the quickie-divorce.com web site relates to proceedings lodged in Courts in England and Wales and not in any other region of the United Kingdom or outside the United Kingdom.
Quickie Divorce UK documentation has no jurisdiction or legality in countries such as members of the European Union or the United States or Canada.
This agreement is covered by the Laws of England and Wales. Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved. These terms and conditions shall not affect your statutory rights as a consumer.
Quickie Divorce UK does not accept liability or responsibility for any additional advice that clients seek in conjunction with their documentation and/or advice.
Quickie Divorce UK does not accept any liability in relation to any actual proceedings issued by clients whether divorce proceedings or ancillary relief proceedings.
Quickie Divorce UK provides divorce services on the understanding that clients are acting in person in relation to proceedings.
Quickie Divorce UK provides divorce services for uncontested divorces in England and Wales only.
Documents and advice contained on the quickie-divorce.com web site are not made available for any other purpose.
Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of documents and advice, clients must note that in the majority of cases these need to be tailored to suit their particular circumstances. It is a condition of using the quickie-divorce.com site that clients accept that the documentation purchased is suitable to be used by them in conjunction with proper advice and adaptation for their particular requirements.
Quickie Divorce UK does not accept responsibility or liability for any losses incurred by its users.
If a Court of Law later decides that any part of this disclaimer is not reasonable or cannot be enforced for any reason, that decision will not affect or relate to any other parts of the disclaimer which will be enforced or continue to be enforceable in any event
Quickie Divorce UK is committed to protecting the identity and privacy of our users. We will only use information collected in the process of transactions in a strictly lawful manner in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
Quickie Divorce UK will not use client emails to contact clients once the transaction has been completed other than in accordance with a query from them. Email addresses will not be provided to any third party other than associated companies.
Users should be aware that Quickie Divorce UK retains no information relating to client’s credit card details. This information is retained by the Merchant Service Provider.
Quickie Divorce UK reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of business and disclaimers relating to our web site service.