Hi, thank you for your further question. As stated in my previous response please consider followingthst process when dealing with the financial matter. Given that financial matters are likely to be complicated I would not suggest you deal with matters using quickiedivorce or online services. You should contact a few local solicitors to compare prices as the extra money you are spending with a local solicitor will provide you with regulated professionals and solicitors whereas the majority of the online services are unregulated.I hope this assists you. If you found this information helpful please provide a positive rating using the stars at the top of this page. I will not be credited for your question without a positive rating. Thank you.
Thanks - representation at each court hearing will depend on how long it is listed for but usually for a short listing (half a day maximum) barrister fees would be im the region of at least £1,200. If it is a full day contested listed it is like to be close to £3,000 per day but enquiries can be made with different barristers cabers by your Solicitors.
If matters are agreed regarding the financial matter then there will not be a requirement to attend court, but if the financial matter is contested you will need yo attend court.
Court fees are:
£550 for divorce petition
£50 tonsubmit financial consent order if a settlement is agreed
£255 for financial relief application if financial settlement is not agreed