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Fixed fee divorce
At Parrott & Coales we understand that getting separated is the most emotionally difficult time you may ever go through. What you deserve during this time is expert divorce advice from local family lawyers. We’ll help to shoulder the burden of all your worries and uncertainties and keep the divorce costs as low as possible. At Parrott and Coales we offer all the divorce advice and support you will ever need during this difficult time and charge a fixed fee for uncontested divorces.
Our fixed fees for divorce
- ‘Petitioner’: The person seeking to end the marriage
£650.00 plus VAT
This fee includes all work undertaken up to, and including, obtaining the Decree Absolute.
- ‘Respondent’: The person who is being divorced
£325.00 plus VAT.
This fee includes all work undertaken up to, and including, your Spouse obtaining the Decree Absolute.
- ‘Court Fee’:
What is an uncontested divorce?
An uncontested divorce simply means that you and your partner both agree that you want to get divorced. The fixed fees below relate to the legal process of the divorce only but we of course understand that you may need help with property, finances and arrangements for any children you may have.