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There are facts that need to be established before starting the legal divorce process. These are broken down into the following stages, The Grounds for Divorce, and the legal Process of Divorce. Click the links below for more details:-
Contrary to popular belief there is only one ground for divorce, which is that the marriage has broken down irretrievably. It is not possible to obtain a divorce based on “irreconcilable differences”. To prove to the Court that the marriage has broken down you will have to show one of five “facts”... Read more about this service here.
As long as your spouse does not defend the divorce, you can obtain a divorce by completing a number of documents, without any need to attend Court. Read more about the Divorce Process here.
The recent case of Tini Owens has again brought into focus the archaic divorce system in England. The law since 1973 requires those wishing to divorce to prove their marriage has “irretrievably broken down”. Read more about this service here.
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