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Ordinary Divorce & Simplified Divorce

June 23, 2020 Family Law

Ordinary Divorce & Simplified Divorce- What is the Difference?

A Divorce Decree (court order) is a legal document granted by the Court to state that a marriage is legally dissolved. A Divorce cannot be granted by the Court unless the Court is satisfied that grounds for Divorce are met and the two principles exist.

What types of Divorces are available?

There are two types of divorces in Scotland- Ordinary Divorce and Simplified Divorce. The type of divorce available to you depends on both your financial and family circumstances

If you would like to find out more about in general or are thinking about separating from your spouse but are not sure where to start then please get in touch with our family team.

We have experts on hand to provide you with the advice you need/require to proceed and to help you in finding your objective and supporting you through your journey. This may be by providing you with advice regarding the law and/or providing you with pragmatic solutions that will allow you to continue with ‘as normal as possible’ family life.

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