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Fixed Fee Divorce Solicitors

For initial legal advice about getting a divorce call our Divorce Solicitors on 01618558357 or contact us online and we will help you.

Our Divorce Solicitors offer Fixed Fee Divorce for £600 including VAT or a Fixed Hourly Divorce Solicitor rate from £210 per hour including VAT.

When we have provided you with a written fixed fee quote for the agreed work on your divorce case, that fee will not change.

I just want to thank you and that I appreciate the professional and sensitive way you have worked on my divorce and wish you good luck in the future." J.W., Liverpool

Fixed Fee Divorce costs £500 +VAT (£600 including VAT)

Our fixed fee divorce service provides you with a Divorce Solicitor to take you through the usual steps in the divorce process to end your marriage. With this service you will be the person that applies for the divorce, known as the divorce “Petitioner”.

This service only covers uncontested divorces where a spouse does not ‘defend’ the divorce, and 99% of divorces in England and Wales are not defended.

How our Fixed Fee Divorce Service Works

We arrange for you to have an initial phone consultation with a Divorce Solicitor to provide you with legal advice, and to enable us to get the information we need to start the divorce process for you.

Using the information you provide we will then prepare the necessary Court documents and process the divorce for you from start to finish, and we’ll keep you fully updated every step of the way.

For more information about our fixed fee divorce call our Divorce Solicitors on 01618558357 or contact us online and we will call you.

Fixed Hourly Divorce Solicitor Fee

One of our expert Divorce Solicitors can deal with some or all of your divorce case on a fixed hourly fee. Our fixed hourly Divorce Solicitor fee starts from £175 per hour (£210 per hour including VAT).

Senior Divorce Solicitors with over 15 years’ expertise dealing with international divorce, complex property issues and high net value divorce cases are also available; these fees are quoted upon request.

Divorce Financial Settlements

A Decree Absolute brings a marriage to a legal end in England & Wales but it does not end the financial commitments that exist between the couple. In order to end matrimonial financial commitments and to protect finances in divorce a Financial Order from the Court, such as a Clean Break Order, would mean that each person's financial affairs are completely separated from each other.

Sorting out any financial issues is vital for your future and the future of your children. Our specialist team of Divorce Solicitors are experts in achieving fair financial settlements and dealing with uncooperative spouses.

For initial legal advice call our expert Divorce Solicitors on 01618558357 or contact us online and we will help you.

Co-op Divorce Solicitors

As part of the Co-op Group our values of openness, honesty, social responsibility and caring for others are core to the service that we provide. Our customers consistently rate the quality of our legal advice and services at 4.4 out of 5 stars. See customer testimonials.

We will agree with you upfront which divorce package is best for your individual needs, and we will provide you with a written quote for the agreed work to be done on your divorce case. Once we have provided you with a written fixed fee divorce quotation, that fee will not change.

“I highly appreciate your letter and the good news...as well as the professional manner in which you kept me updated. Looking forward to hear from you soon in regards to the decree absolute.” J. J., London

Getting a Divorce in England or Wales

You are required to be married for at least a year before you can apply for a divorce. You are not free to remarry until the divorce process is complete, i.e. you have received the Decree Absolute.

The only ground for a divorce is irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. Evidence of an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage can include:

  • Adultery
  • Unreasonable Behaviour
  • 2 Years Separation with Consent
  • 5 Years Separation
  • Desertion

It is very important that you get legal advice on divorce as early as possible to ensure that divorce proceedings are issued on the most appropriate basis. Amending Court documents at a later stage can lead to delay and unnecessary costs.

How Long Does it Take to Get a Divorce?

If there are no complications the divorce process generally takes four to six months to complete.

Important: In order to protect your financial assets, we recommend that you resolve your money matters alongside the divorce. Depending upon the particular facts of your divorce case, we may recommend delaying the application to finalise the divorce until any financial issues have been resolved. Our Divorce Solicitors can advise you on this based your specific financial details and circumstances.

Are there any Alternatives to Divorce?

Yes this is known as Judicial Separation and is not so common. Judicial Separation is generally used by people who have a religious objection to divorce. The Court retains the power to resolve money matters on Judicial Separation with the exception of pension sharing. The most significant difference between divorce and Judicial Separation is that you cannot remarry.

“Can I say how much I've appreciated the service that you've given? You've been unfailingly helpful, clear, friendly and efficient and it has been a very good experience having the Co-op Legal Services package and your attention in particular.” M. W., London

Our Promise to You

1. No Nasty Surprises. We will provide a written quote before any work starts.

2. No Legal Jargon. We will take time to understand your needs and provide clear explanations so you completely understand what’s going on every step of the way.

3. To help you reach the best possible outcome for you and your family with the least possible distress.

4. To treat you as an individual. We do not believe in a one size fits all approach and we will work with you to find the solution which is right for you.

5. To handle your case with sensitivity. Our Divorce Solicitors and legal specialists are experts in divorce and have specialist training to ensure they can help you through the challenges you are facing.

6. Fair Pricing. Our fixed fee divorce services mean you know how much your divorce will cost.

Our Divorce Solicitor fees are highly competitive and we invite you to compare our rates.

For initial legal advice about getting a divorce call our Divorce Solicitors on 01618558357 or contact us online and we will help you.

Please note: In addition to our fixed fee divorce cost a Court fee of £550 is payable directly to the Court where you petition for divorce.

“I was really impressed with your representation and amazed at how fast you were in getting the Order and the way you spoke to the Judge. You were really sweet and really good at representing me.” C., London

The family law team at Co-op Legal Services includes specialist Family Solicitors, Divorce Solicitors and Children Law Solicitors with Resolution Accreditation and Resolution accredited experts in child abduction, co-habitation, domestic abuse, property disputes, high net worth money matters and financial advocacy.

Resolution is a national organisation of Family Lawyers committed to non-confrontational divorce, separation and other family problems.

Co-op Legal Services has offices in Manchester, Bristol and London.

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This is a belated thank you for all you did to speed along my divorce. I'm really grateful (and relieved!). Ms S., London

You have no idea how happy you have made me. Thank you so much for all your hard work, I really couldn’t have done it without you. I can’t thank you enough! C. P., Hartlepool
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Fast and efficient. Everything was fully explained. I had no need to ask questions. Everything was perfect thank you. J.S., Derbyshire
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