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Name: Alternative Family Law

Description: Sometimes court proceedings are inevitable. Often they can be avoided. Many people find the prospect of having to appear before a court of law daunting at the best of times; combined with the emotions resulting from separation or disagreements about the upbringing of children, it becomes the last thing most people want.

It is not necessary to go to court and have a judge decide on what should happen when you separate or divorce. There are a range of other options.

If your spouse agrees to the divorce going ahead, you can then swear a statement confirming that everything in the divorce petition is true, whether anything in the meantime has changed and so on. With that statement, you can apply for the conditional divorce order, the decree nisi. There is no fee at that stage.

The district judge will then look at your divorce papers and if the judge agrees that you are entitled to a divorce, the court will set a date for the formal pronouncement of the decree nisi, which may be a week to a month or so after the district judge has approved your divorce. This is only the first divorce order and you remain married until the final order, the decree absolute.

Category: Southwark

Url: http://www.alternativefamilylaw.co.uk/

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