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In regard the divorce itself you can do this yourself. A guide on what to do can be found below. You just need the original marriage certificate and details of the parties. You can submit this online but will need to pay the court fee. You can get help with paying court fees using the second link below:-
In respect of the children and finances you can resolve this with each other via a process called mediation. You can then agree matters and record them in a document called a consent order which makes it legally binding. If mediation is not successful you can then apply to the court in respect of the finances and apply for an order. This is a form A application. You can submit this yourself and then instruct a solicitor at a later stage.