How Will I Pay My Court Fee?Jun 05, 2020
Many people stress about not being able to pay the £550 court fee when getting a divorce. Especially during these difficult times, the court fee may be the reason many people prolong their divorce or avoid it completely.
This can take a toll on your life and prevent you from finally living the life you wish to live. Luckily there is a solution to this.
Just remember if you are on benefits or low income you may not have to pay the court fees.
Am I eligible?
If you receive one of the benefits below then you will not have to pay the court fees at all:
- Income-based Job Seeker's Allowance
- Income-related Employment & Support Allowance
- Income support
- Pension Credit (Guarantee Credit)
- Universal Credit (and you earn less that £6000 a year)
There are savings limits too which we can look at,
A person on low income with minimal savings can get a part or full reduction. If you have dependent children, or a partner living with you will be relevant.
I want to find out if I am eligible
We can carry out a simple assessment straightaway to work out if you are eligible. Contact us and we will happily check for you.
If you want to get more information about how I can help you book a call with me so that I can guide you.
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