/ In this package, our legal experts have addressed the following questions:

  • What can I do if I receive a Divorce Petition issued by my spouse?
  • Would it make sense for me to defend the divorce?
  • How can I defend the divorce proceedings?
  • What can I do if there are court proceedings in any countries outside England and Wales relating to my marriage that could affect its validity?
  • What can I do if I disagree with the jurisdiction set out in a Divorce Petition issued by my spouse?
  • What if I disagree with the “ground” for divorce stated in the Petition, e.g. I do not think that I have behaved unreasonably, I have not committed adultery or we have not been apart as long as the petition states?
  • I will not defend the case but I object to paying the cost of the proceedings, what can I do?
  • Can I ask the court to provide me with financial relief?
  • Should I move out of the family home?
  • Who should be the respondent to my application for an occupation order?
  • How can I apply for an occupation order?
  • How will the court decide whether to grant my application for an occupation order?
  • In case of emergency, can I make an urgent application for an occupation order?
  • How long does it take to get divorced?
* Based on a £300 average hourly rate for solicitors across the country.
  • What can I do if I receive a Divorce Petition issued by my spouse?
  • Would it make sense for me to defend the divorce?
  • How can I defend the divorce proceedings?
  • What can I do if there are court proceedings in any countries outside England and Wales relating to my marriage that could affect its validity?
  • What can I do if I disagree with the jurisdiction set out in a Divorce Petition issued by my spouse?
  • What if I disagree with the “ground” for divorce stated in the Petition, e.g. I do not think that I have behaved unreasonably, I have not committed adultery or we have not been apart as long as the petition states?
  • I will not defend the case but I object to paying the cost of the proceedings, what can I do?
  • Can I ask the court to provide me with financial relief?
  • Should I move out of the family home?
  • Who should be the respondent to my application for an occupation order?
  • How can I apply for an occupation order?
  • How will the court decide whether to grant my application for an occupation order?
  • In case of emergency, can I make an urgent application for an occupation order?
  • How long does it take to get divorced?
* Based on a £300 average hourly rate for solicitors across the country.
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