A quick divorce can be achieved when both parties agree the marriage has broken down irretrievably and want to get divorced. This is the simplest form of divorce.
A quick divorce does always require the co-operation of both parties. Where there is such co-operation there are ways in which the time it takes to obtain a divorce can be shortened significantly.
Providing each party returns the necessary forms on time. Our experts can complete the process within 16 weeks from filing for divorce to decree absolute.
There are not different types of divorce depending on how long (or short) you have been together, however, shorter marriage is often less complicated.
You cannot pay extra to speed things along. There is always a set period of 6 weeks between the decree nisi and the decree absolute being granted to dissolve your marriage. There are many things that need to happen before you can even get to that stage and 6 weeks is simply not enough time for that to happen.
However, there are things you can do to speed up the divorce process.
Divorce Negotiator are specialists in moving your divorce process along quickly and efficiently.
Providing each party returns the necessary forms on time, the process could be completed within 16 weeks from filing for divorce to decree absolute.
Divorce Negotiator can assist you in understanding the divorce process, what is involved and what forms need to be completed at which stage. Our trained negotiators can also provide some assistance to those who do not like or struggle with completing legal forms to ensure this does not delay the process.
Filing wrong or inaccurate details in a divorce will cause delays, we will work to minimise such problems, and therefore reduce the cost.
There are other things that can help reduce the cost of your divorce too. All of which we guide you through.
In some cases, one party may be eligible for the court fee exemption which would save you up to £550. Our trained professionals will be able to advise you on the eligibility criteria and what you need to do, in order to claim this exemption.