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If you are making a joint application for a Dissolution Order, both of you will need to fill in a fee waiver form if you want the court to waive the fee.

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There's no such thing as a "quickie" divorce in New Zealand.

The law requires married couples to live apart for two years before they can apply for a divorce. But when it comes to splitting relationship property, Heron believes CODR could make the process much faster. Fighting through divorce online new zealand courts for a settlement would take more than 24 months, xealand said.

They then both submit their information through online forms. Systems like CODR, which can be divorce online new zealand to decide on all manner of civil disputes, could play a part in making that happen, allowing people of their lawyers to run disputes online, provided both parties to the dispute agree to handling it that way.

All around the world legal dispute resolution, and lower courts were moving online, Heron said, with Britain leading the world. The current court and tribunal systems were just too slow, and too costly, Heron said.