Sometimes in life it’s better to keep things simple.
And sometimes the simplest solutions offer the best results.
Simple Online Divorce – embracing technology
Anyone old enough to have owned an ipod and a walkman/diskman, will tell you the difference it makes not having to carry around physical tapes or disks.
Having your entire music collection on one device was a game changer.
At DivorceBox we embrace technology wherever it makes life a little bit simpler and a lot less stressful.
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Simple Online Divorce:“Exactly what it says on the tin”
Our Simple Online Divorce service does exactly what it says on the tin.
We make your divorce application simpler by completing your divorce application form for you.
We use the same forms, the same process, and it takes the same amount of time, as using a Solicitor does.
All our divorce applications are completed in house, by legally qualified professionals.
DivorceBox in the media:
Do I really need a Solicitor to get divorced?.
DivorceBox the Internet & You
The internet has changed the way in which we access information, collect data, and do research.
We do it all online, and pass that saving onto our clients.
And it doesn’t get simpler than that.
Simple Online Divorce: FAQ's
Q: Simple online divorce service, what is it?
A: The "Simple Online Divorce Service" is what it says it is, it is our simplest service.
We complete your divorce application form for you.
We also provide support throughout your divorce application, so you have a real person to contact and help you along the way.
Q: What's included, in the simple online divorce service?
The Simple Online Divorce Service includes:
Divorce Application (D8) filled in for you
Returned to you within 24 hours to sign & send
Q: How does a DivorceBox application work?
A:Our team of legally qualified professionals complete your application form for you.
You simply sign the form, attach the court fee, and send it to your local court.
Q:What does it cost?
A: Our "Simple online divorce" service costs £100, that's it, there are no other fees/charges from us.
There is also a court fee of £550 (payable to the court directly), this is payable whether you choose a DIY divorce, online divorce, or use a solicitor.
Court fee remission is available if you are on certain benefits, or a low income. See: court fee remission guide.
Q:Whats the difference between a DIY Divorce and a Simple Online Divorce?
A:With a "Simple Online Divorce" you get:
Your Application Form Completed & Checked - Your divorce application form is completed and checked by us.
To Avoid Delays - Start today, and avoid delays caused by incorrectly filled in forms (also avoid the £95 resubmission fee, charged by the courts for errors).
To Save Time - Because we complete the divorce application form for you. You don’t need to spend hours going through the guidance and learning about the divorce process.
Professional Support - You have a consistent point of contact throughout your divorce application.
More information & frequently asked questions:
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