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Anyone have experience of just wanting to get divorced (2 years separated). We don't want to split any finances or properties and have no children together.

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WiseUpJanetWeiss Wed 04-Jan-17 17:30:20

Have a look at the Wikivorce website. You can use one of their solicitors at a very low cost to get the divorce and consent order done.

I used them, and my ex just signed the papers without using a solicitor.

They were fine but slow. I think the whole thing including the court fees (you have to pay this anyway) was less than £800.

Blosom8 Wed 04-Jan-17 13:11:09

Thanks for your reply. That's helpful. I'll investigate ensuring a line is drawn under finances.

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Hermonie2016 Wed 04-Jan-17 12:30:41

By legal intervention, do you mean solicitors?

You can download divorce petition from website and complete yourself but it's of course easier to get a solicitor to deal with it for you.

The cost is I think £550 for court fees and solicitors will charge a few hundred extra to complete.What is important is that you each draw a line under finances so that there is a clean break..Example used is if, you win the lottery and your ex decides he was financially dependant on you.Unlikely I know but solicitors see so many cases where the "unlikely" happens they ensure all doors shut.

Blosom8 Tue 03-Jan-17 19:15:56

Is it possible to literally just get divorced? We've not lived together properly for 5 years, we've been separated 2 years. We have our own houses, no shared finances and no children together. We're still friends. Is it possible to get divorced with no legal intervention?

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