Divorce Depot is a DIY online service for Divorce and Children Applications. Pay the Registration fee to see our Videos, Flowcharts, Case Studies and FAQ's on how to get a Divorce or Dissolution of your Civil Partnership (Gay Divorce) and how to make Children Applications. Save hundreds of pounds on solicitors fees by doing your own Applications online. All information has been prepared by Family Law experts in Divorce and Children matters. Scroll down to click on our free pages listed below for more information.
DIY Divorce and Children Applications
What will I get?
Step-by-Step instructions with flowcharts
Video Tutorials from our experts
Download templates & example forms
Learn how to make Applications for Children
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From April 2013, Legal Aid became unavailable for divorce and for most family cases.
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Who can use Divorce Depot?
- Whether you are married or unmarried
- In a Civil Partnership
- Fathers seeking Parental Responsibility
- Parents seeking Residence, Child access and other orders
- Grandparents or other family members seeking Child orders
- Couples with or without children
This website has been designed flexibly for usage on mobile phones. This enables you to read all the information discreetly and privately whilst on the move or at home.
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About Divorce Depot
DIY Divorce and Children Applications online. No need for solicitors, make your Application for Divorce and Children in your own time and in the privacy of your own home. On average, a Divorce or Dissolution will take three to six months.
The information available on this website is only applicable to Courts in England and Wales. Please note that Court fees are always payable when you make an Application to the Court whether by yourself or through a Solicitor. In certain cases you may be exempt from paying the fees. Please see the leaflet EX160A Court Fees – Do you have to pay them?
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