Divorce Solicitors

Hayat & Co understand how distressing and difficult a Divorce can be. We deal your case with sensitivity, confidentiality and understanding. What happens in a divorce? In order to get divorced, either the husband or wife must make an application to the Court for a Divorce. For a Divorce to be granted, the Court must be satisfied that the marriage has broken down in one of five ways, which are:- • Adultery • Unreasonable behaviour • Separation for 5 years. • Separation for 2 • years and both parties’ consent Desertion for a period of 2 years. Where both parties agreed to divorce, this is called an undefended divorce. A straightforward undefended divorce should proceed as follows: – • Relationship breakdown • See a Divorce Solicitors for some preliminary advice • Inform your spouse of your wish to divorce • Issue Divorce Petition • The Respondent receives the Petition from the Court • The Respondent has 7 days to Acknowledge that they have received the Petition and to consent to the divorce • Court sends the Acknowledgement back to the Petitioner • The Petitioner applies to the Court for Directions for Trial • The Court will consider the divorce papers and, if satisfied all is in order, will issue an entitlement to a decree • Court pronounces Decree Nisi • 6 weeks and 1 day later the Petitioner may apply for Decree Nisi to be made Decree Absolute • Court sends the Decree Absolute • The Divorce is complete If the divorce is defended, there is an entirely different procedure which applies. This procedure is more lengthy and costly and in the event of proceedings becoming defended, you should in our opinion immediately seek legal advice. HayatandCo also provide free legal advice in UK from divorce solicitors, immigration solicitors, conveyancing solicitors, immigration appeal solicitors, employment solicitors, licensing Solicitors.

Hayat & Co understand how distressing and difficult a Divorce can be. We deal your case with sensitivity, confidentiality and understanding.

What happens in a divorce?

In order to get divorced, either the husband or wife must make an application to the Court for a Divorce. For a Divorce to be granted, the Court must be satisfied that the marriage has broken down in one of five ways, which are:-

• Adultery

• Unreasonable behaviour

• Separation for 5 years.

• Separation for 2

• years and both parties’ consent Desertion for a period of 2 years.

Where both parties agreed to divorce, this is called an undefended divorce. A straightforward undefended divorce should proceed as follows: –

• Relationship breakdown

• See a Divorce Solicitors for some preliminary advice

• Inform your spouse of your wish to divorce

• Issue Divorce Petition

• The Respondent receives the Petition from the Court

• The Respondent has 7 days to Acknowledge that they have received the Petition and to consent to the divorce

• Court sends the Acknowledgement back to the Petitioner

• The Petitioner applies to the Court for Directions for Trial

• The Court will consider the divorce papers and, if satisfied all is in order, will issue an entitlement to a decree

• Court pronounces Decree Nisi

• 6 weeks and 1 day later the Petitioner may apply for Decree Nisi to be made Decree Absolute

• Court sends the Decree Absolute

• The Divorce is complete

If the divorce is defended, there is an entirely different procedure which applies. This procedure is more lengthy and costly and in the event of proceedings becoming defended, you should in our opinion immediately seek legal advice.

HayatandCo also provide free legal advice in UK from divorce solicitors, immigration solicitors, conveyancing solicitors, immigration appeal solicitors, employment solicitors, licensing Solicitors.


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