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Fixed Fee Family Law Services

Fishers fixed fee Family Law services give you the peace of mind of knowing exactly how much the service you require will cost.


Initial fixed fee consultation

Includes 1 hour consultation with follow up on all legal family matters.

£195 + VAT 


Undefended Divorce (Applicant)

Our fixed fee divorce includes all legal costs* associated with obtaining a divorce. We will go through the divorce papers with you and help you to complete the forms required by the court.

Cost £500 plus VAT *

Please note additional Court fees will be payable. All fees will be explained in full at your initial meeting.


Undefended Divorce (Respondent)

We also offer a fixed fee divorce service for those receiving a divorce petition, known as the respondent.

Cost £250 plus VAT


Separation Agreements

Many consider a Separation Agreement as an alternative to Divorce. Fishers Family Lawyers are able to prepare a properly constructed Separation Agreement setting out the agreement reached between you.

Cost £600 plus VAT


Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements

Fishers can advise and prepare a Pre or Post-Nuptial Agreement tailored to your needs.


A fixed fee is given on a case by case basis.


Cohabitation Agreements

Fishers can advise and prepare a Cohabitation Agreement specific to you and your partners requirments.

A fixed fee is given on a case by case basis.


Parental Responsibility Agreements

An un-married father will often not have parental responsibility as a right. A formal Parental Responsibility Agreement with the Mother is one way of achieving this.

Cost £300 plus VAT


Change of Name Deed

Whether you want to change your own name or that of your children’s, Fishers offer a fixed fee service to carry out the Deed Poll process.

Cost £195 plus VAT

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I am divorced, can I force my wife to change her name? Plus what will happen to the children’s names now?

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