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No-fault divorce is a new type of divorce that was introduced in the UK on April 6, 2022. It allows couples to get a divorce without having to blame each other for the breakdown of their marriage. To get a no-fault divorce, you simply need to apply to the court and state that your marriage has irretrievably broken down. There is no need to provide any evidence of fault or wrongdoing. No-fault divorce now has a 20-week waiting period to give couples time to reflect, reconsider, or plan for the future.
Benefits of No-Fault Divorce
McKenzie Friend Services can help you with all aspects of your no-fault divorce, from completing the necessary paperwork to representing you in court, if needed. Our team of experienced and qualified professionals will provide you with sound advice and guidance throughout the divorce process.
We offer the expertise of barristers, solicitors, and law students to help you with your divorce proceedings.
Our £5m professional indemnity cover ensures that you are financially protected in the event of any legal errors or omissions.
We understand that every divorce is unique and provide tailored solutions to meet your individual needs.
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The cost of divorce in the UK varies depending on factors like children, agreement, and court. Expect to pay £500-£2,000 in court fees alone.
The cost of hiring a McKenzie Friend varies depending on their experience and qualifications. However, it is generally much less expensive than hiring a lawyer.
You do not need a solicitor to go to court for a divorce case. You can represent yourself in court, or ask us to help you. As a McKenzie Friend, we can provide support and assistance to you in court if you are not represented by a lawyer.
The time it takes to get a divorce in the UK varies depending on whether the divorce is contested or uncontested. Uncontested divorces can be finalised in as little as six weeks. Contested divorces can take several months or even years to finalise.
The most common disputes that arise during divorce proceedings are disputes over child custody, child support, and financial settlements.
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