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Ashley Cole’s ‘quickie’ claim

Shamed England and Chelsea footballer Ashley Cole has told friends he wants a “quickie” divorce from wife Cheryl so he can focus on the world Cup in June, it has been reported.

The footballer, who is alleged to have cheated with various women behind his wife’s back, is said to have conceded that his marriage is over and that a clean break is best.

A source told The Mirror: "There is little hope of them getting back together."

But Andrew Woolley, Managing Partner of Woolley & Co, said Cole’s hopes of a quickie divorce were unfounded.

“Celebrities do not have a fast-route to divorce that normal couples do not have,” he said

“Their divorce will take the same time as everyone else – around five to six months. The quickie divorce is a myth. It simply means that both sides concede that the relationship has broken down and will not contest a divorce, ensuring the paperwork goes through as fast as possible.”

A new Woolley & Co video explains the process of ‘how to get a divorce’; you can watch it on the website.

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