There were 141,750 divorces in 2005. Most divorces were granted to wives, and in more than half these cases, the husband's behaviour was the reason cited.
For men awarded a divorce, the most common reason was two years' separation with consent. A fifth of people divorcing in 2005 had already had a previous marriage end in divorce.
The 3 aspects to divorce are:
- the dissolution of your marriage
- the settling of the arrangements for your children (if you have any)
- and the splitting of the assets
More than just facts & figures
During these testing times, specialist knowledge and advice is crucial. As well as the emotional repercussions there are also the financial consequences to be considered.
Our experienced family law team has the background and resolve to assist you in these times of conflict.
Taylor&Emmet LLP’s experienced matrimonial team can provide you with expert advice and a sympathetic ear on a range of issues. For expert legal advice call our Family Law Team on 0114 218 4000 or tell us what happened so we can provide you with expert legal advice.
Our priority is to resolve disputes as fairly and amicably as possible without lengthy legal battles, but if it is necessary to go to court, your case will be dealt with skilfully, sensitively and efficiently. We are also able to handle urgent cases and matters involving international law.
All of our family lawyers are specialists in their chosen field and as members of Resolution, they are committed to helping couples achieve a fair settlement by negotiation and meetings (collaboration) where possible.
The divorce/dissolution stages
We at Taylor&Emmet appreciate that the legal costs of instructing a solicitor to act in divorce or dissolution proceedings can be concerning. However, the prospect of preparing court documents can be daunting for some people. Poorly prepared documents are rejected by the court which leads to delay and inconvenience.
For this reason we have devised the Document Preparation Service. We will prepare the documents required by the petitioner at each stage in a straightforward divorce or civil partnership dissolution for a fixed fee.
Get started by clicking the link below or if you want to understand a little bit more about the process please click which stage you would like to know more about.
The fixed fees do not include court fee. The court fee is currently: - £550
People on a low income may be entitled to a reduced court fee or even for this to be remitted (cancelled) in full. You can find out whether you will be entitled to a full or part fee remission using the court website www.justice.gov.uk/guidance/courts-and-tribunals/courts/fees