Hi there and thank you for your question,
The quickest and easiest way to finalise the divorce is for the parties to enter into a consent paper (settlement agreement) which can be made an order of the Court.
The settlement agreement will then regulate who gets what, and what maintenance needs to be paid, etc, including who shares in the house, the cars, the insurance policies, the pension fund, etc.
If the parties don't want to enter into a settlement agreement, then they will need to run a divorce trial before the Magistrate or Judge, and it will be expensive.
Which court are they currently in?
What are they going back to court for in 30 days?
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