Legal Advice Divorce

If you`re going through a relationship breakdown, separation or divorce, IWC have partnered with Click Law 24 for legal advice for divorce on demand. For a low-cost, fixed fee of just £99, you can fill out the form below and receive advice from a highly qualified barrister, without even having to leave your arm chair. (Click here to start)

Divorce is akin to bereavement in terms of the amount of devastation, upheaval and stress it causes. Aside from the emotional and financial strain, if you have children, you`ll want to protect them from as much upset as possible. Many couples seek legal advice to attempt to resolve issues and make the break in the most straight-forward, quick and painless manner.

Our service is designed to answer any questions you have in relation to family law, providing legal divorce advice , when you need it most. This includes all aspects of divorce law including:

  • Separation agreements
  • Grounds for divorce
  • Beginning the proceedings
  • The process
    Financial settlements
  • Jointly owned property
  • Joint pensions
  • Family Mediation
  • Children
  • Contact and visitation
  • Residence
  • Parental responsibility
  • Child Maintenance
  • Spousal Maintenance
  • Child Support Agency
  • Domestic abuse

Legal Advice Divorce Experts

At IWC, our normal area of expertise is will writing and probate law. We are proud to offer the services of Click Law 24 so clients and visitors to our site can get expert advice in other legal areas. This is because they offer clients a first-rate service, with advice from certified professionals and they`re fully insured and regulated. When you compare these credentials with those of other online companies, you`ll be pleasantly surprised.

  • Advice from highly qualified barristers (or exceptionally solicitors)
  • Fully regulated by the Bar Standards Board
  • Specialists in family law and are qualified to offer divorce advice
  • With compulsory Professional Indemnity Insurance
  • Click Law 24 is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority
  • Compliant with the Solicitors Code of Conduct
  • Protected by Legal Advice Privilege which preventing any disclosure or use being made of the advice given without your consent.

Low Cost, Fixed Fee

Just like us, Click Law 24 offer their service for an inexpensive, fixed price. This means no expensive hourly rates that you`d be charged if you went to see a local solicitor. For just £99 including VAT, you`ll receive independent, non-biased legal advice divorce from professionals who are not trying to sell their own services or pressure you.

The Law on Demand

As it operates online, the service means you can have access to legal help 24/7, wherever you are. This makes it the fastest, most convenient way to get assistance from a legal professional. No matter what the time of day, or whereabouts you are, you can get a full, detailed answer to any divorce related legal problem.

It couldn`t be Easier!

All you need to do is simply complete the form below. You`ll then be directed to a secure payment facility. Once you`ve made payment, your details will be forwarded to a professional who has the best expertise to help with your query. Within 2 working days you`ll receive an answer to your question; divorce legal advice drafted by an independent legal expert.

*Under the terms of the ‘Solicitors Code of Conduct 2007’, it is our duty to inform you that IWC, will refer your enquiry to Click Law 24. Click Law 24 pay IWC a referral fee* for work introduced to them. This does not affect your rights in any way and you are not obliged to use our service or the service of Click Law 24. Click Law 24 will offer you fully independent legaladvice in accordance with Law Society regulations.

Terms and Conditions

IWC does not charge members of the public for this service. All enquiries received by IWC for this service, are referred to Click Law 24 (a trading style of EDC Lord & Co Solicitors) who will provide the advice by instructing on your behalf, a barrister from a selected panel.

Referral Fees

Under the Solicitors Regulation Authority Code of Conduct Rules 7-9, solicitors are allowed to make payments to companies who supply them with additional work. This is known as a Referral Fee and the company who receives such a fee is known as an introducer. IWC (the introducer) must make clients aware that the company receives referral fees from Click Law 24 and Click Law 24 must also confirm to clients that such an arrangement exits.

The referral fee between IWC and Click Law 24 is 15% of net fees, in any given matter.

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