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Is there such a thing as a Quickie Divorce?

Divorce is a particularly sensitive area and can be a minefield for those untrained.

QualitySolicitors Brennans not only has the knowledge to act on your behalf in even the most complex of divorces, but also the sensitivity to lead to a successful conclusion to your divorce proceedings.

We have a dedicated team of family lawyers who specialize in all areas of family law. We are so confident that we are transparent with our prices, there are no hidden costs and we even offer a free advice session at our drop-in Law Shop.

The Law Shop sees clients from Wallsend, Forest Hall, Newcastle, Whitley Bay, Monkseaton, North Shields and the surrounding areas, it has been so successful that we have now branched out to an outreach post in Whitley Bay on a Tuesday.

Recent high profile divorce cases have had an impact on our clients’ expectations when they first contact us about beginning the divorce procedure.

TV chef Nigella Lawson and her husband of 10 years decided to split amicably with some media reports suggesting their marriage could reach a point of divorce within a few weeks. Which has led to our clients asking for a ‘Quick Divorce’, throughout the legal profession we have known that even the least complex of divorces can take an average of 6 months to be official. The Decree Nisi will can be pronounced relatively quickly but a decree nisi only means that a divorce petition has been recognised and accepted by the courts.

These sorts of cases simply mislead clients into believing that their marriage can be dissolved in a matter of weeks, this is not the case, there is no such thing as a Quickie Divorce.

The benefits of an online divorce are that the case handler, albeit untrained, can work through the paperwork quickly which is something most solicitors make a long drawn out process.

At QualitySolicitors Brennans we have introduced a new service “24Hour Divorce” at no extra charge. This does not mean that you will be divorced within 24 hours but the paperwork will be ready for your approval and signature and submitted to the court within 24 hours, thus, speeding the process up for you if that your choice.

Contact us today to find out more information. Remember our first advice is always free.

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