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A divorce is a legal process by which a couple can end their marriage. In contrast, a legal separation allows the couples to live separately without having the marriage end. Often the couple chooses a divorce when they have been married for less than one year or want some time to think if they really want to end the marriage.
A legal separation allows a married couple to make formal decisions about living arrangements and finances while still being in the marriage. This status is different from a divorce in several ways;
The decision to end your marriage and seek a divorce could be a very difficult one. It could bring an enormous amount of emotional baggage, and if children are involved in the process, moving forward in life could become even harder. There are two options for couples who do not wish to live together anymore; legal separation and divorce. You must understand both of the options before starting the process to get separated from your partner.
First, it is important to consider that divorce should never be seen as a shameful thing. It can save you from years of emotional baggage and restlessness to get the chance to start your life again. A divorce will consist of various agreements and issues. However, the divorce process can become relatively straightforward once you have the distance of Family Law Experts from Osbourne Pinner. We can provide you with guidance on all matters related to UK family law.
There must be a proper reason when you are filing for a divorce. It must be from one of the five grounds of divorce. Your chosen ground might completely depend on your circumstances. A divorce specialist can offer you the best advice to deeply understand these grounds on divorce and find the most relevant ground for your case.
These are the five grounds on divorce accepted in England and Wales:
The divorce solicitors of Osbourne Pinner are always ready to provide you with complete assistance throughout the divorce procedure.
The duration of divorce completely depends on the circumstances of the case and its complications. There could be multiple variables, which makes giving an exact time frame impossible. Usually, a divorce petition takes roughly 6 months to receive a decree absolute. However, in some cases, it might also take more than 10 months.
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