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At your divorce hearing (normal track)

Depending on how the party against whom the divorce papers are filed responds, parties will have to attend a contested or uncontested divorce hearing.
 

Divorce

An application for divorce is a legal procedure to end a marriage. The Family Courts hear divorce applications.
 

File a divorce application (simplified track)

A divorce application will proceed on the simplified track if parties can agree on all issues relating to the divorce and the ancillary matters.
 

At an uncontested divorce hearing (simplified track)

At the uncontested divorce hearing, the court will grant an Interim Judgment to dissolve the marriage if it is satisfied that it has irretrievably broken down.
 

Prepare your divorce papers (normal track)

Find out the estimated fees and the divorce papers you will have to prepare before filing for a divorce application on the normal track.
 

Respond to a divorce application (normal track)

If you have been served divorce papers, it means your spouse has filed a divorce application against you. Find out more about the papers you may receive.
 

How to respond to a divorce application (normal track)

Find out how you can respond to divorce papers that have been served on you.
 

Going to court for ancillary matters

Ancillary matters proceedings are the second stage in the divorce process and are dealt with after the Interim Judgment has been granted.
 

Affidavit on application for substituted service – Divorce (Form 171)

File a Affidavit on application for substituted service to ask for leave from the court. (Form 171 of the Family Justice Courts Practice Directions)
 

A Joint Summary of Relevant Information – Divorce (Form 243)

File a Joint Summary of Relevant Information for ancillary matters case conference. (Form 243 of the Family Justice Courts Practice Directions)
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