Whether you are thinking about applying for a divorce or have received divorce papers from your spouse we can help. Woolley & Co was established in 1996 and since then thousands of people have been helped by our team of Divorce Solicitors.
How we can help
A Woolley & Co Divorce Solicitor will help you through the complete divorce process. Most things can be achieved through telephone appointments and the exchange of emails, so there’s no need to visit a solicitors’ office.
For many of our services we are able to offer fixed prices, including a fixed price divorce.
Our solicitors can help with:
- Applying for a divorce through the English courts
- Responding to a divorce petition
- Proposing, negotiating or disputing a proposed financial settlement
- Drawing up a legally binding consent order
- Advice on your rights and responsibilities relating to your children
- Applying for various orders to ensure you see your children
How much do Divorce Solicitors cost?
Most divorce solicitors will charge for work they do on an hourly rate basis. Generally, they charge based on their level of experience, although many also charge a fixed price for specific services. At Woolley & Co we offer a fixed price divorce, which is £500 if you start the divorce as the applicant and £300 if you are responding to the divorce. There is also VAT and the Court fee to be paid.
Do you need two Divorce Solicitors for a divorce?
One divorce solicitor cannot represent both parties in a divorce. This is because a divorce solicitor has a duty to represent the interests of their client. For the divorce itself, which is a relatively straight-forward process, some people choose to proceed without the help of a solicitor. However, when it comes to agreeing a divorce settlement or the arrangements for the care of any children the advice of an experience divorce solicitor can be invaluable and ideally both parties should take advice from an experienced divorce solicitor.
Choose an experienced Divorce Solicitor
All our Divorce Solicitors are specialists in the field of divorce and family law – it is all that they do. Each Divorce Solicitor has a minimum of 10 years’ experience in divorce law, many have over 20 years’. This means they are familiar with the Court process, as well as the forms you are required to complete. It also means they know divorce law inside out. There are few circumstances that they haven’t encountered before.
Divorce lawyer Susan Harwood answers a question we are commonly asked – ‘can I afford a divorce lawyer?’
Recognised as Family Law specialists in Legal 500 the firm has a ‘market leading reputation’, which is echoed by clients who regularly provide glowing testimonials for our Divorce Solicitors.
“I just wanted to say a big thank you to you and your practice for all the hard work in helping with my case. There were times when I just wanted to give in, but with the right advice and expertise of your practice the outcome was very positive.”
“Woolley & Co Solicitors came highly recommended to me from a friend and I would now like to forward the same high recommendation to other potential clients. I soon became assured that I was in the best of hands. Staff in all departments, were prompt with return emails polite, patient and always helpful with any queries over the telephone. Without a doubt if you are daunted by the prospect of going to Court for the first time then choose Woolley & Co Solicitors, you will be sensitively and professionally looked after with the prospect of a satisfying result.”
Annette Batchelor, Burton
“Thank you for making the whole process as smooth and pain free as possible. We both very much appreciate your fair, family minded approach and would wholeheartedly recommend you.”
If you ask Woolley & Co to help with your divorce you will have a Divorce Solicitor on your side who is knowledgeable, tough when they need to be but empathetic to the situation you find yourself in.
As we are highly experienced divorce solicitors we also help with:
Bankruptcy and divorce
Child arrangement orders
Civil partnership dissolution
Pensions on divorce