Deciding to divorce can be difficult. Legal jargon only complicates it further. When it comes to divorce papers and understanding what to do next, it’s important not to get overwhelmed. It can be unclear what you need to do next, and who the paperwork refers to, so we have broken it down to make it simple.
How much does a divorce cost? The answer depends on a variety of factors, from how valuable your assets are, to how much you’re able to agree with your ex-partner.
The divorce process can seem complicated. From making a divorce application to separating your marital finances, here’s a step-by-step guide to getting a divorce in the UK.
How long does a divorce take? The answer depends on several factors, from complicated assets to busy courts. Here’s what you can expect.
No fault divorce has finally arrived. Here’s everything you need to know, including how the divorce process has changed, how much it costs, and why it’s controversial.
The decree nisi and decree absolute are the court orders that legally end a marriage. They still apply for divorces that started before 6 April 2022.
Divorce happens for many different reasons. Here’s a look at the top reasons for divorce in the UK.
Financial settlements are an important part of the divorce process. Your financial commitments to your ex-partner can continue long after you’ve legally divorced. So, it’s important to know how to secure your financial rights and stop financial claims in the future from your ex-spouse.
If you’re thinking about getting divorced, you can draw up a separation agreement to divide your finances and responsibilities until you decide whether to go through with the divorce.
Deciding to petition for divorce can often feel overwhelming – as well as the emotions a decision to end a marriage can bring up, the fears of not knowing how to move forward, how much things will cost and what paperwork you might need can make it harder than it needs to be.