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If you’re going through a separation or divorce, you’re in the right place. With over 20 year’s client care experience, we want your divorce to be as fair, simple and stress-free as possible.

Our step-by-step approach is transforming the divorce experience. 

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If you need quick advice, book our free 15 minute advice call in English, Urdu and Punjabi.  Same day support is available.

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A Personal Divorce Plan

Every relationship is different. Tell us about your budget, relationship, family, finances, property or religion. We’ll design a divorce strategy just for you.

One Place for Support

Divorce can impact every part of your life. With an extended network of professionals, we can  ahelp you with divorce-related matters. For example, immigration implications, domestic abuse concerns, or obtaining a faith-based divorce.

No Hidden Costs

In most cases, we offer a fixed fee option. That means you’ll never pay more than we agreed…even if the case takes longer than planned. If a fixed fee is not possible, our hourly rates are competitive. Learn more about our fees and pricing approach here.

How Do I File For Divorce?

You’ll need to prove that your marriage has broken down and cannot be saved. You’ll need to give one or more of the following 5 reasons (also known as ‘facts’). Find out what steps you need to take on our How We Help page.

What’s A Child Arrangement Order?

Not sure how to agree on child arrangements? A Child Arrangements Order can decide where your child lives, when your child spends time with each parent, or when and what other type of contact takes place e.g. phone calls. But it’s not the only way to resolve parenting issues. 

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Is My Nikah Legally Recognised in the UK?

This is such an important question. The answer will depend on where your marriage ceremony took place. English Law recognises any marriage that takes place abroad, as long as it is recognised as a valid marriage in that country. If your religious marriage ceremony is not legally recognised under English law (a “non-marriage”), you cannot file for divorce in an English court. If your relationship breaks down, the court will have no power to afford financial provision, or override the strict legal ownership of property. Your only option to end your marriage will be under Shariah law.