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Divorce Application


Going through a divorce is a difficult time for all involved. Save time, stress and money. Complete your divorce application online in just minutes. $89

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Divorce Application


Going through a divorce is a difficult time for all involved. Save time, stress and money. Complete your divorce application online in just minutes. $89

Start now

 


The quickest and most affordable way to get a divorce in Australia. You don't need Lawyers to get an uncontested, no-fault divorce. You can save thousands of dollars in legal fees by using our simple 3 step online divorce process.

With Quick Laws, it only takes 15 minutes to get your completed divorce kit, ready to sign and lodge. Simply answer the questions in the online form and receive your completed divorce kit by email, straight away. If you get stuck, our chat consultants are available 24 hours to help guide you along the way. 

We know that you are going through a difficult time and our excellent customer support will help get you through the process, so that you don't end up feeling confused or overwhelmed.

Get peace of mind that your divorce papers are in order and you can start moving forward today. Use Quick Laws to complete your divorce application online now.  

Why use this service?

✓ Save up to 90% in legal fees

✓ Ready to sign

✓ No Solicitor required

✓ Complete in 15 minutes

✓ Available by post or download

✓ 24 hour customer support

✓ Help to move forward


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What's included?

 
 

How it works

Complete your divorce in 3 simple steps

 

Step 1. Complete
Our online form. We guide you through each step. 

Step 2. Download
Your completed divorce kit
  (a copy is also sent by email). 

Step 3. Sign & Submit
Sign and submit to the Court.
Pay the Court fee.

 

COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT DIVORCE

 

Am I eligible to get divorced? . . .

In Australia, divorce is 'no-fault,' which means you can both choose to move on without proving that one party caused the marriage to break down. However, there are some requirements that should be met. To be eligible to apply for a Divorce in Australia you must be separated for at least 1 year. You must have been married for more than 2 years (or further requirements apply). You must be an Australian citizen, or regard Australia as your home and intend to live in Australia indefinitely; or ordinarily live in Australia and have done so for 12 months immediately before filing. Our quick and easy Divorce application will step you through these eligibility requirements.

How much does a divorce cost? . . .

It depends. The Court cost at the moment is $865. This changes from time to time. This cost can be reduced to $290 in cases of financial hardship. These fees are subject to change.

Is there anything I need to do before I apply for a divorce? . . .

You need to be separated from your spouse for at least 12 months. You can be separated but still living together. You must have communicated that the marriage is over. The date you both regarded the marriage as over with no chance of reconciliation is often the date of separation. You must have made all efforts to reconcile with your spouse. There must be no reasonable possibility of getting back together in the future.

If you are separated under the same roof, you will need to file an Affidavit together with your divorce application explaining why you are still living under the same roof. Our divorce kit includes an Affidavit template and sample wording for separation under the one roof.

Does a Divorce include decisions about property division? . . .

No. Your Divorce is separate from the division of your property as husband and wife. You should make arrangements with your spouse about the division of matrimonial property before the divorce or within 12 months of the divorce becoming final.

If you have reached an agreement with your former husband or wife, you can formalise the arrangements by agreement. This document is called Consent orders. You should have orders finalised within 12 months of your divorce becoming final. You may also be able to enter into a binding financial agreement, which relates to finances and property of the marriage. You should seek formal legal advice in these circumstances.

Do I have to go to court? . . .

Not always. If there are no children from the marriage under the age of 18 years, you don't have to go to court if you don't want to. If you are making the application separately from your spouse and there are minor children of the marriage, you may have to go to Court.

What happens in the Court hearing? . . .

Divorce in Australia is 'no fault,' which means that one person does not have to show that the other person caused the marriage to fail. Unless there are issues with the length of the marriage or with the arrangements for minor children, the hearing will probably be quick. You can represent yourself or get a lawyer to represent you.

What if my spouse and I were not married for more than 2 years, can we still get a divorce? . . .

A divorce may still be given but you will need to undertake marriage counselling with your spouse and attempt to reconcile with them. The Personalised Divorce forms do not include the forms required in these circumstances. It is recommended you seek formal legal advice in these circumstances.

Can I still get a divorce in Australia if we were married overseas? . . .

If you can show a connection with Australia, by being an Australian resident or being Australian by birth or citizenship.

What if we are still living together but are separated, can I still get a divorce? . . .

Yes. An Affidavit is required to demonstrate to the Court that the relationship ended longer than 12 months ago. You may need to obtain a sworn statement from family or friends to attest to the fact the relationship has ended and when it ended. You may also need to give reasons as to why you and your spouse still live together, for example, it may be in the best interests of children or for financial reasons. Separation under one roof. Unfortunately, the customised divorce application does not include the Affidavit regarding separation under one roof. The Divorce kit includes the Affidavit template and example wording.

When can I remarry?. . .

You can remarry as soon as your Divorce is final, being exactly 1 month and 1 day after the Divorce order is made by the Court.

 
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"I got my divorce! It was so easy. Thank you. I am very happy with the finished documents and friendly service I received."

                                                                          - Brooke, NSW

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"I got my divorce! It was so easy. Thank you. I am very happy with the finished documents and friendly service I received."

                                                                          - Brooke, NSW

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