Fixed Fee Divorce Lawyers Near You

When relationships break down, our legal fees stay fixed.

The UK’s only fixed fee solicitors. London’s trusted experts in Divorce and Family Law. 

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Fixed Fee Divorce Lawyers Near You

When relationships break down, our legal fees stay fixed.

The UK’s only fixed fee solicitors. London’s trusted experts in Divorce and Family Law. 

Start with a FREE 1-hour case assessment

Book Now

Schedule a FREE 1 Hour Case Discovery Meeting with our London Team today

To schedule a FREE 1-hour Case Discovery Meeting with our London team, call:
0330 175 7600
Please note, we cannot offer Legal Aid.

Start with a FREE 1-hour case assessment

Book Now


Expert Fixed Fee Divorce Lawyers

With our fixed fee pricing, our divorce lawyers let you know the budget for your case upfront, avoiding the surprise of mounting hourly fees without compromising on the professional support, legal advice, and guidance you need.

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What do I need in order to be divorced in England or Wales?

To start divorce proceedings in England or Wales, you need to have been married for at least one year. The marriage does not have to have taken place in England or Wales but you must spend most of your time or have the bulk of your interests rooted in either of these countries.

When you’re ready to start the divorce process, you’ll need to provide a picture of your marriage certificate and pay a court fee of £593.

What are the grounds for divorce? 

The only reason you can give on your divorce application is that the marriage is irretrievably broken down. If this sounds like your current situation, it’s time to take the first step.

Is it difficult to get a divorce?  

Getting a divorce is no longer as tough as it used to be but it can still be a time-consuming process.

Filing an application requires a lot of paperwork and admin that can make the process last up to 4 – 6 months.

But with our fixed-fee structure, and expert lawyers by your side, you’ll know upfront what the cost of your divorce will be, and have legal support close by.

Breaking Down the Formal Divorce Process

Stage 1 – Issue a petition

Stage 2 – The court will send this petition to your spouse

Stage 3 – Your spouse can now file a response or disposed service is acquired

Stage 4 – You put through an application for a Conditional Order

Stage 5 – An application for the Final Order is made

Stage 6 – You receive a Divorce Certificate

 

Our Simple Process

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Questions about our Divorce Services

How long does a divorce take

There are two elements to a divorce; there is the divorce itself and the financial settlement, which are both separate processes. The divorce process takes a minimum of 26 weeks.

How do I reach a Financial Settlement in Divorce

Essentially, there are four ways to reach a financial settlement in a divorce. These are:

Financial Consent Order (No Assets, No Financial Disclosure)

Financial Consent Order (Assets, No Financial Disclosure)

Financial Consent Order (Assets, Full Financial Disclosure)

Financial Court Proceedings

Click on any of the links above for more details.

How much will it cost?

The cost of a divorce varies depending on whether there are any marital assets and if an agreement on those assets can be reached without the need for court proceedings.

What if children are involved?

Where children are involved, the best solution is for the parties to reach an amicable agreement between them on the child arrangements post divorce. If this isn’t possible, we can assist you in obtaining a Child Arrangements Order.

Read more about child arrangement orders.

What if there is domestic violence in the marriage?

Where there is domestic abuse/violence in the marriage, there is a range of protective orders we can obtain for you in the family court, including:

Non Molestation Orders

Occupation Orders

Click on either of the above links for more details.

What will my Solicitor do on my behalf?

Essentially, your solicitor will do everything involving both the divorce and financial settlement on your behalf, including

Advising you on your legal position and the best way forward.
Drafting all legal documentation
Liaising with the court and your ex-partner or their legal representative
Finalising your divorce and financial settlement

What will I have to do?

You will need to approve the documentation before it’s sent out and provide us with instructions following our advice.

You may also need to provide us with supporting documents such as marriage certificates and financial disclosure documents, e.g., bank and mortgage statements.

What does fixed fee mean?

Fixed Fees means that we tell you your exact costs before you instruct us and detail the work we are going to do for that fixed fee. This enables you to know your costs in advance with no nasty surprises.

What's the difference between fixed fees and hourly rates?

Nearly all family law firms charge on an hourly rate structure, which means everything they do on your case, whether it’s progressing your case or not, is chargeable in 6 minute units, so with hourly rates of £200-£450 per hour, these costs can quickly become disproportionate.

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