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Ease the worries of relationship breakdown with a fixed fee divorce

Getting a divorce is arguably the most stressful life experience most of us will ever have to endure. If children, property or other joint possessions are involved, the entire process becomes measurably more costly on both the emotions and the pocket. Woolley and Co. Solicitors, the family law and divorce law specialists have pioneered a new approach to dealing with divorce, designed to take away some of the stress and uncertainty associated with the dissolution of a marriage. Their 'fixed fee divorce' option provides all of the support and legal assistance needed to formally end a relationship, with no hidden extras or additional charges.

Fixed fee rates empowers the individual to regain control of their personal finances and make it easy to budget for the cost of divorce. Andrew Woolley, Senior Partner, at Woolley & Co. Solicitors said, "A fixed fee divorce covers all of the costs associated with retaining a divorce lawyer and obtaining an uncontested divorce. With financial worries often straining even the strongest of relationships, a straightforward approach to a legal separation provides a welcome respite during a sensitive time. The guaranteed, single fee includes all of the necessary divorce paperwork, legal advice from an experienced divorce lawyer and information communicated in plain English."

Regardless of the grounds for divorce, if the separation is uncontested, the fixed fee charge secures legal representation for £1190.00. This amount includes VAT, all charges and compulsory court fees. Bookable online, the divorce lawyer from Woolley & Co. Solicitors will then collect all the relevant details, correspond with the other parties involved (the spouse and their solicitor, if appropriate) and prepare and file all the relevant papers with the Court to obtain a divorce.


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