Be prepared. Be ready. Be confident.
Simon Walland has been dealing with Divorce Applications for 18 years and is often asked to help progress an application that has ‘stuck’ in the system. The process is relatively straightforward, but it needs several things in order to pass through the courts and achieve a Decree Absolute which is the last step in the process and means that you are officially divorced.
The first obstacle may be determining the appropriate reason for the divorce, and this is surrounded my myths and misinformation.
Sometimes Spouses threaten to block the Divorce, delay it for anything up to five years, refuse to pay, contest, fight and generally be a nuisance.
Simon will show you how to side step all of those tactics and if there is a delay it will be no more than 14 days.
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This course is intended for anybody that wishes to Divorce and needs some explanation and guidance. If you are worried that your Spouse will cause problems, this course will prevent them from being a nuisance.
You will learn what the court is looking for in order to obtain a Divorce, and so you will be able to approach the process with confidence. You will understand the process and each necessary step, and you will be prepared and on top of your case. You will be provided with sample documents and Simon will explain every step that needs to be taken and how different choices you make can affect the way the court will deal with your Divorce.
The short monthly lectures are FREE and will explain the topic in a general way and will be followed by a question and answer session.
This course is approximately two and a half hours which you can watch in your own time from the comfort of your home, and come back to as and when you need to.
It costs just £80 which you should get back from your Spouse. The cost of the court application currently £550 which is usually also redeemable from your Spouse, and if you are on a low income it may even be waived by the court. Simon will show you how to apply for a fee reduction if relevant.