Legal advice on Divorce & Separation – Local Cork Solicitor
Welcome to Johnson & Co, Solicitors, Cork. We offer a friendly, professional and reasonably priced Divorce service, when you want Family Law advice in realtion to Divorce in Ireland.
Bringing a legal end to a marriage, whether through Divorce or Separation, can be a stressful and expensive process. You are facing a personal crisis with long term legal and financial implications. It is very hard to to speak to someone who will listen and who also know what are your legal rights and remedies. However an experienced Divorce solicitor offering the right legal advice can help you to achieve a strong settlement and to manage difficult issues such as child custody and child access.
This page has some useful information about Divorce in Ireland. You may also be interested in our pages about Family Law, Judicial Separation, Child Custody and Child Access.
While we have tried to provide some basic information, no website can answer all your questions. Do you live in Cork? If so please call now to book a telephone or face-to-face conversation with an experienced Cork solicitor.
Divorce is a legally binding settlement or court order where married spouses separate and choose to live apart. A divorce should provide a long-term permanent solution to matters such as:
- child custody
- child access
- child maintenance
- spousal maintenance
- property settlement
- succession rights
- debts and loans and mortgages.
Uncontested Divorce (Fixed Price)
A fast track divorce in Ireland can be obtained in either the Circuit Court or High Court (usually Circuit Court). A divorce settlement may be reached before court in which case the settlement is presented to court for approval and a court order in the terms of the divorce settlement usually follows such approval. This offers a quicker and cheaper option where couples are agreed on the terms of settlement and is sometimes referred to as a “Consent Divorce”. We offer a fixed price arrangement where everything is agreed.
A divorce in Ireland must be obtained in either the Circuit Court or High Court (usually Circuit Court). A divorce settlement may be reached before court in which case the settlement is presented to court for approval and a court order in the terms of the divorce settlement usually follows such approval.
If a divorce settlement cannot be reached then the matters in dispute in the divorce case must be heard before a judge and the judge will decide. Johnson and Company Solicitors are very experienced in handling such divorce settlements and applications.
If a Circuit Court Divorce case is decided and you disagree with the judge’s decision you may appeal the decision to the High Court.
Am I entitled to a Divorce in Ireland?
If you have lived apart from one another for a period amounting to four out of the previous five years before the application is made and there is no reasonable prospect of reconciliation you are entitled to apply for a divorce. When applying for a divorce the law in Ireland does not require either party to prove that the other party was at fault in the marriage breakdown.
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