Getting a divorce can be a lengthy process, and you will want to go into it being as knowledgeable as you can about it. The length and complexity of your divorce all come down to your individual case, so it can vary massively. If you and your ex-partner agree on all of the terms of the divorce, it will be quick and easy. On the other hand, if you and your ex-partner cannot agree, then the divorce will be a longer and harder process. Either way, it is recommended that you get help from divorce solicitors in Weybridge to legally protect yourself during this time. Am I eligible to apply for a divorce? In order to apply for a divorce, there are a few criteria that need to be met in terms of the details of your marriage. Firstly, you can only get a divorce if you’ve been married to your spouse for over a year. Secondly, it’s vital that your marriage is legally recognised in the United Kingdom in order to get a divorce. Thirdly, you will need to be sure that your relationship has permanently broken down. Lastly, it is important that either one or both of you permanently live in the UK. If you can’t/don’t want to get a divorce yet but still don’t want to live with your ex-partner, you can get a legal separation which enables you to legally do this. This is helpful if you can’t afford a divorce yet or want to try and agree with your partner first before applying for one. Reasons for wanting the divorce If the time comes and you want to file for a divorce, you will need to state the reasons why. There are 5 main ‘facts’ that they will provide you with on the application, and
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