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  • Divorce help please.

    I have left my wife and living separately as things weren't going great due to her drinking ect. The house was part rent part buy with the council. The mortgage is an interest only mortgage that she had before we met. Then house has equity and we don't have children together. The house is in her previous married name but has no ties to her ex. We don't have savings together and our pensions are our own, both agreed to this. I really want be best, fastest and cheapest way to get divorced. I don't even mind not getting anything from the house as in equity. Just need a divorce ASAP for a clean start for us both. Thanks
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  • #2
    you have started another thread stick to this one pls

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    • #3
      divorce by agreement (No Blame) ( wonder if new system has come in yet?_) Peridot

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      • #4
        Is your wife likely to contest a divorce ? Unfortunately we don't yet have no fault divorce without a 2 year separation period and both parties agreeing - So to petition for divorce before two years you would need to give reason - in your case likely ' unreasonable behaviour'.

        You likely want to get a clean break financial arrangements agreement in place as well sealed by consent.

        Are you on the tenancy for the rental part of the property? or is that just in her name too ?

        Court fee for divorce application is 550.
        To seal the consent order 100.


        #staysafestayhome

        We may not win by protesting, but if we don't protest we will lose. If we stand up to them, there is always a chance we will win.
        Hetty Bower

        Any support I provide is offered without liability, if you are unsure please seek professional legal guidance.

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        • #5
          The rental is in her name to. She will not contest the divorce.

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          • #6
            Probably quite straightforward then. Gov.uk has a quite simple to follow step by step guide with links to the relevant forms. https://www.gov.uk/divorce
            #staysafestayhome

            We may not win by protesting, but if we don't protest we will lose. If we stand up to them, there is always a chance we will win.
            Hetty Bower

            Any support I provide is offered without liability, if you are unsure please seek professional legal guidance.

            Received a Court Claim? Read >>>>> First Steps

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Anodiser View Post
              I have left my wife and living separately as things weren't going great due to her drinking ect. The house was part rent part buy with the council. The mortgage is an interest only mortgage that she had before we met. Then house has equity and we don't have children together. The house is in her previous married name but has no ties to her ex. We don't have savings together and our pensions are our own, both agreed to this. I really want be best, fastest and cheapest way to get divorced. I don't even mind not getting anything from the house as in equity. Just need a divorce ASAP for a clean start for us both. Thanks
              I just saw your post and even my friend was in the same situation even they had some misunderstandings and decided to move on . and then she found the best attorneys from Connect2Attorney.com They really help people who are dealing with such situations with ease.*I hope you find it useful.

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              • #8
                Hope this question is still relevant for you. Because I can give you a couple of tips on this. The first thing you need to do is calm down. Divorce is always difficult and emotional, but the main thing is to remain calm and keep your mind cold. When my husband and I thought about divorce (by the way, this didn't happen, we all decided peacefully and were glad that we thought about it better), we studied various online services for divorce. Since there are many of them, they are relevant in our time, we couldn't choose for ourselves suitable. Therefore, we were advised to pay attention to the review of online divorce services. Actually, we live in the USA, so the site we used is based on .com. But I advise you to find something similar in the UK. Good luck with that!

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