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Quickie divorce for only £40.00, + court costs( if applicable) @ Quickie divorce.com

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If valentines day did'nt go as planned then perhaps this is the deal for you. Only £40 for a divorce (+court costs) is an absoloute bargain to get rid of the excess baggage. And they are currently… Read More
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banned7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
If valentines day did'nt go as planned then perhaps this is the deal for you. Only £40 for a divorce (+court costs) is an absoloute bargain to get rid of the excess baggage.

And they are currently have a special offer on wills too:

PLUS Buy any one of their divorce options by credit or debit card now and well give you a new Will for just £10 (normally £39) with FREE updates for life.
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3 Likes #1
This is great - was thinking about doing it later on in the year but what the hell at this price might as well do it now, silly cows had too much of my money over the year anyway.

This is going to come as a shock to a certain special someone - hope she doesn't know my hotdeals logon, can't wait to see the look on her face..
#2
Thanks,
Ordered few times before, excellent deal :whistling:
#3
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theuprightman24
This is great - was thinking about doing it later on in the year but what the hell at this price might as well do it now, silly cows had too much of my money over the year anyway.

This is going to come as a shock to a certain special someone - hope she doesn't know my hotdeals logon, can't wait to see the look on her face..


:?:w00t::?:w00t:
#4
Currently the court fees are £300 (from 10th January 2006) when you file the divorce petition with the court and £40 (from 10th January 2006) when you apply for your final divorce decree.
#5
Sounds good to me lol, wonder if you can pre-order as well would be handy:)
banned#6
theuprightman24
This is great - was thinking about doing it later on in the year but what the hell at this price might as well do it now, silly cows had too much of my money over the year anyway.

This is going to come as a shock to a certain special someone - hope she doesn't know my hotdeals logon, can't wait to see the look on her face..


:thumbsup: Just dont mention in the papers that i told you where to get it, i've been named in enough divorce papers already :whistling:
banned#7
www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk


You may not have to pay a court fee or you may only have to pay a contribution towards the court fee depending on your circumstances. If you are in receipt of;
• Income Support; or
• Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance; or
• State Pension Guarantee Credit; or
• Working Tax Credit with NO element of Child Tax Credit
or
• your gross annual income does not exceed a specified limit,
you could gain a full remission from paying the court fee.
If you show that a payment of a court fee would involve undue hardship to you, you may be eligible for a part remission. The amount decided will be based on a detailed means-test to assess your disposable income. Court staff will calculate what contribution you will make towards the fee.


You may be able to get out of paying the court fee's...
#8
any quidco with that? :)
banned#9
dutch_courage
any quidco with that? :)


Nope but you'll be quids in without her :whistling:
1 Like #10
£40 for what? I downloaded the papers, completed them, went to court to pay their fees and all sorted.

I imagine would be more difficult if children are involved but in that case you really need to pay a real solicitor to get the information you need.

£40 for papers that you can print for free is cold i'm afraid
banned#11
Wicked666
£40 for what? I downloaded the papers, completed them, went to court to pay their fees and all sorted.

I imagine would be more difficult if children are involved but in that case you really need to pay a real solicitor to get the information you need.

£40 for papers that you can print for free is cold i'm afraid


Your paying for the complete pack, and unlimited online and telephone support
1 Like #12
theuprightman24
This is great - was thinking about doing it later on in the year but what the hell at this price might as well do it now, silly cows had too much of my money over the year anyway.

This is going to come as a shock to a certain special someone - hope she doesn't know my hotdeals logon, can't wait to see the look on her face..


Wow, HUKD changes peoples lives!
1 Like #13
Wicked666
£40 for what? I downloaded the papers, completed them, went to court to pay their fees and all sorted.

I imagine would be more difficult if children are involved but in that case you really need to pay a real solicitor to get the information you need.

£40 for papers that you can print for free is cold i'm afraid


This is true, a relative of mine just did it, if it's a straight forward divorce, just download the papers, or go to the court to ask for them, then hand them in, all for free. No need to waste another £40.

You have to pay the court fee for filing of course, but you will have to here. If you have assets or kids, then in the long run it will be cheaper just to see a solicitor as you will need to all sort that officially.
#14
theuprightman24
This is great - was thinking about doing it later on in the year but what the hell at this price might as well do it now, silly cows had too much of my money over the year anyway.

This is going to come as a shock to a certain special someone - hope she doesn't know my hotdeals logon, can't wait to see the look on her face..


keep us updated :whistling:
#15
theuprightman24
This is great - was thinking about doing it later on in the year but what the hell at this price might as well do it now, silly cows had too much of my money over the year anyway.[/B]This is going to come as a shock to a certain special someone - hope she doesn't know my hotdeals logon, can't wait to see the look on her face..


Did she spend it all on hot deals?? :-D
#16
Scorching hot deal
#17
this is sick people! sick!!
#18
This is the funniest deal that I have seen on here in a long time.

It would be awesome if there was quidco or a voucher code with it.
[mod]#19
I think these type of products are disgusting and should be banned.
1 Like #20
Isn't a vile of arsenic cheaper?
#21
I wasn't thinking at all of getting divorced but at this bargain price this is too tempting a hot deal.

:roll:
#22
hells bells, just had the laugh of today looking at this. Had a few beerrs and was having a laugh with the wife, when we looked at this.she said this would do her as she did not get a valentines gift!!!
#23
Oops...doubled that post.
#24
I voted this hot just purely for the comedy value! welldone!
#25
I am halfway through doing this right now (hubby has just signed his bit so phase 2 soon!)

I found the guide booklet very helpful, i bought mine off ebay for £35
#26
nicmall
Isn't a vile of arsenic cheaper?


That Russian for Wife isn't it? :w00t:
#27
Great deal, very tempting!
#28
How sad:thinking:
#29
Apart from the Marriage, Is there an expiry date on this? :whistling:
#30
Alternatively private counsellors charge around £40 a session, might be worth a try first? To find a reputable one in your area, see the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy at [url]www.bacp.co.uk[/url].
banned 1 Like #31
Voted cold.

A good size bottle of antifreeze is about £2.40 from Halfords.
#32
Used this company 2 years ago. Good service and very helpful when you're unsure about the forms. Although you can download the forms for free, it is the advice that they provide that is very good.
banned#33
Spark
This is the funniest deal that I have seen on here in a long time.

It would be awesome if there was quidco or a voucher code with it.


No cashback but you do qualify for a £10 will if you buy online :thumbsup:
#34
I used this great book from Amazon, written by a Solicitor who is a member of Resolution

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Your-Own-Divorce-Practical-Divorcing/dp/1845283554/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1266267298&sr=8-1

Leaves £34 for tissues, beer etc :thumbsup:
#35
Perfect for those who forgot valentines gifts!
#36
Anarchist
Voted cold.

A good size bottle of antifreeze is about £2.40 from Halfords.


SICK (Funny as hell) just SICK :p

Do they do BOGOF deaks for bigamists? :whistling:
#37
Where there is a will there is a way
#38
glduuk
I used this great book from Amazon, written by a Solicitor who is a member of Resolution

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Your-Own-Divorce-Practical-Divorcing/dp/1845283554/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1266267298&sr=8-1

Leaves £34 for tissues, beer etc :thumbsup:


Book seems to be particularly popular with Life on Mars fans - was it their obsession that damaged the relationship, or was it something to fill their evenings with after it happened...?
#39
need to disconnect my net. my wifeeee is already very angry with me for not buying a gift for her.
#40
What exactly do you get for £40?

I petitioned my own Divorce in 2006 and it cost me nothing except the stamp I used to post the papers. When I first read this post I thought they filled out the forms etc for you, but they dont do they?

Joking aside and all that but Divorce is obviously a very serious matter.

Dont waste your money on this - no offense to the OP but - you can get this cheaper from the courts directly - and all the advice you need from citizens advice or even the Internet.

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