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Respondent applying for decree absolute (4 Posts)
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23 January, 2018 08:17PM
Respondent applying for decree absolute
bee - 23 January, 2018 08:17PM
My husband is the respondent and I am the petitioner . He has applied for the decree absolute and we have not done our financial settlement . I am awaiting him to answer questions on disclosure . will it be granted
Re: Respondent applying for decree absolute
davidterry - 24 January, 2018 12:46PM
That depends upon your reason for not applying for decree absolute. The mere fact that financial issues have not yet been settled is not in itself a good reason. If you do not have a good reason your husband's application will succeed and you will be ordered to pay his costs.
Re: Respondent applying for decree absolute
Maddie - 24 January, 2018 01:55PM
How long does it take to get an absolute if the respondent has applied? I understand the petitioner can be next day but its a little more complicated when the respondent applies? Don't they have to sit a short hearing?
Re: Respondent applying for decree absolute
davidterry - 24 January, 2018 02:13PM
There is a hearing, yes, which is why there are increased costs involved which can be significant if one or both spouses are legally represented.
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