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PostSubject: The New way to divorce   Sat Mar 10, 2012 11:16 am

Just as most processes in our lives can be managed through the internet, divorce is no exception. Recently there has been an explosion of sites offering legal services and such sites are taking the mystery out of the legal process at long last. Conveyencing and will writing are now both popular services that can be done online, but the real success story is online divorce.

There are a number of firms that will now manage your divorce for you via online portals or communication. The term online divorce is a little misleading as the legal process of your divorce will still be handled by UK courts.These sites do, however, make the process a lot simpler and quicker. If both parties consent to a divorce and matters such as property and children can be agreed then the divorce process is reasonably straightforward. For such cases an online divorce option is well worth considering. The reason for this is that the process is nothing more than a form filling excercise, there is no need for solicitors to get involved.

The savings that can be made are substantial. A typical divorce via a high street solicitor, even if both parties consent, will typically cost you 800 plus. Online sites are offering managed divorce packages for as little as 79. The process with the courts is exactly the same, its obviously fully legal, in many cases its a much quicker process and of course the end result is exactly the same. Some online companies will file your divorce papers to court in as little as 24 hours. You could'nt get an appointment to see a solicitor that quick.

So if your considering divorce, and you and your partner can agree on matters, look into the online route. Divorce can be stressful, why add to your woes with an enormous legal bill - it can now safely be avoided.

Kevin Dockerty
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