Are you looking for a low cost quick divorce? Take a 5 minute review of our checklist below and see whether this can be achieved more easily than you thought.
Every day we deal with cases like yours either over the phone or via our offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh. We understand the process and pitfalls and can guide you through the quick divorce process making sure that your particular set of circumstances are considered and that nothing is presumed, overlooked or left unconsidered.
Don’t be fooled by cheap rates from online only divorce services.
The Scottish divorce process is different from divorcing in England. We understand the process in detail and can complete the necessary paperwork quickly and accurately for you. No stress, no hassle.
Yes you can quickly download forms from online divorce websites but do you really want them left sitting around for months until you get round to checking them and sending them off? Or find out half way with through the online process that there is something you’re not sure about or need more clarification?
We will get all the necessary information from you beforehand
We will get all the necessary information from you beforehand, complete the paperwork for you and send it off so that you can tick the box ‘job done’ and move on with your life.
Our costs are very competitive and give you the peace of mind knowing that your case is being handled by family law experts who understand Scottish divorce law intimately, meaning that you come out with the outcome you need, with no complications cropping up further down the line.
Five minutes to see whether these quick divorce options apply to you
If you value your own time and want your divorce sorted accurately and competitively why not spend the next 5 minutes to see whether these quick divorce options apply to you.
If you can answer YES to the following questions, you can proceed.
Undefended Simplified Application
Yes – My spouse and I have signed a separation agreement dealing with all child/financial matters and/or there are no further issues to be resolved.
Yes – I have been separated for more than 1 year and my spouse consents to divorce or I have been separated for more than 2 years (no consent required).
Yes – My spouse and I reside in Scotland.
Yes – There is no prospect of a reconciliation.
Yes – I have no children under 16 (if you have children under 16 see below)
We are able to offer this service in the Sheriff Court for a fixed fee. Court fees of £128.00 will also be payable* (*As at 1st April 2020).
Ordinary Divorce Action
Yes – I have children under 16.
If you can still answer Yes to the first four questions above, we can assist you with your undefended divorce application. Unlike the simplified procedure, you require to raise a Court action by way of Initial Writ and provide the Court with Affidavit evidence (sworn statements) from yourself and a third party (who can be a friend or relative) as to your date of separation and the welfare/care of the children.
We are able to offer this service in the Sheriff Court for a fixed fee. Court fees of £229.00 will also be payable.* (*As at 1st April 2020).
Please contact Amanda Richardson on 0131 222 2959 or 0141 225 4848 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss fees and make an appointment and she will be able to assist you in dealing with either your undefended simplified divorce application or undefended ordinary divorce application in either the Edinburgh or Glasgow Office.
If you have answered NO to any of the above, please still contact us to discuss how we can assist you in obtaining your divorce and ask us about our Initial Consultation Fixed Fee Package for Family Law. You may also like to look through our pages on Separation and Divorce.
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