We understand that the breakdown of a marriage and going through divorce proceedings can be a stressful, upsetting and a daunting experience.

Divorce is the procedure whereby a marriage is dissolved. Provided you have been married for a year you are eligible to apply for a divorce.

The new ‘No Fault’ Divorce call came into force on 6th April 2022. You can now apply for a divorce jointly which allows couples to end their marriage jointly.

The new divorce law act is to reduce the potential of conflict between couples. The act also introduce a minimum period of 20 weeks which is known as the ‘cooling-off’ period from the start of proceedings and the application for a Conditional Order.

We will deal with the divorce proceedings from start to finish at a fixed fee and will provide an update at each stage.

We will also assess your income and see if you are eligible for a fee waiver for the court fee at no additional cost. If this is approved then you will not be required to pay the court fee.

Why Choose Us!

Harris and Green Solicitors have recently extended their services to include family law. Although we are family law solicitors in Leeds, we don’t just cover the Leeds area. Our family law clients are national and span the whole of the UK.

Expert Solicitor

Our qualified and experienced solicitors handle your case with care, sensitivity and professionalism

Unrivalled Service

We are members of Resolution, and are committed to dealing with matters in a constructive way in order to achieve a settlement without the need for expensive court proceedings.

Fast Support

We pride ourselves in tailoring packages to meet our clients individual needs.


Family Law is sensitive and can require a keen understanding of the technicalities that divorces, FINANCES, CHILD ARRANGEMENTS, DOMESTIC violence, forced marriages and other family law issues can bring.

We can handle preparing your divorce papers and take you through the process. A straightforward divorce takes between 4 to 6 months to complete.

We can offer you a fixed fee divorce package to see you through the process.

Alternatively, judicial separation is available for those whose relationship has broken down but have religious or cultural reasons for not wanting to divorce. Upon obtaining a decree of judicial separation you will remain legally married but recognized as being legally separated.

Let us help you through the process – our lawyers are here to provide support, advice and assistance regarding what can be a complex area of family law.

Simply contact us today on 0113 270 7002 or email us to book a free consultation.

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