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£99 Fixed Fee Divorce Service

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    Our divorce solicitors are offering qualifying clients a full solicitor checked divorce service for £99 (inclusive of Vat). 

    Our divorce solicitors shall prepare your divorce application and ensure your divorce process from start to end is quick, easy and free.


    Outline of the £99 Divorce Service

    A broad outline of the work we will undertake on your behalf is as follows:

    • Draft a Petition.
    • File it at Court.
    • Receive the acknowledgement of service.
    • Apply for decree nisi.
    • Apply for decree absolute after the due date.

    You shall only be responsible for the Court Fee of £550 and any other disbursements that are incurred.


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    Once having made the difficult decision to separate, we provide clients with strategic advice which is focused on their needs to help them decide on a course of action that best achieves their objectives.

    To qualify for this £99 (inclusive of Vat) fixed fee service, you are required to instruct Austin Kemp to represent you in ancillary relief financial proceedings.  Further information is available from our team.

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    The Free Divorce Process

    Stage 1

    The first step in getting a divorce involves the filing of several documents at a designated Family Court along with a Court Fee, unless exempt.

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    Stage 2

    The Court then issues the application and sends a sealed copy of the papers to both you (the petitioner), or your solicitor and who you are divorcing (the respondent).

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    Stage 3 (if the divorce is undefended)

    The respondent must then file an acknowledgement of service within 7 days, which is sent to the court. If the respondent wishes to defend the divorce, he or she must notify the court within 7 days of service. The respondent then has a further period of 21 days in which to file an answer and / or cross petition.

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    Stage 4

    Unless defended, once the acknowledgement of service has been received by the court. The petitioner can then apply for the Decree Nisi.

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    Stage 5

    This is where an application is processed for the Decree Absolute – which basically means finalising the divorce.

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