Getting a Legal Separation
To get a judicial separation, you do not have to wait for one year after your marriage. Nor do you have to prove that your marriage has permanently broken down.
If you obtain a Judicial Separation, you and your ex-spouse can live apart. Like the divorce, the Court can divide the marital assets (i.e. savings and property). You can choose how to make arrangements for looking after your children.
How Can We Help?
Family Care Solicitors specialise in providing practical and personal advice during family law matters. We also help you understand the legal implications of a Judicial Separation on:
- Dividing financial assets and real estate property
- Dealing with child arrangement matters
- Understanding property rights
Regardless of the situation, we will help you achieve the best possible outcome. You can trust our family law experts to assist you during each step you take.
Cost of Judicial Separation
We offer a fixed-fee of £500 (plus vat) for filing an uncontested judicial separation petition, and the court fee in England and Wales is £365.
However, the prices vary from case to case. It all depends on legal complexities and specific circumstances surrounding your situation.
You can request an estimated quote when you consult our specialists.
At our free initial consultation we:
1. Assess your Circumstances
We like to hear the facts of your matter and we will answer all your questions.
2. Discuss Options
We consider the best available options based on your individual circumstances and discuss further steps that need to be taken.
3. Timeline and Costs
Once we have a clear idea of how we plan to proceed, we will give an estimated cost and timeline for your case. Contact us to book your initial consultation.