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Topic:
Scottish or English court (4 Posts)
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Date:
07 March, 2018 04:47PM
Scottish or English court
xhikarux - 07 March, 2018 04:47PM
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/03/2018 06:03PM by xhikarux.
Re: Scottish or English court
davidterry - 07 March, 2018 06:43PM
Depends what you would be applying to a court for. For instance, it is quite possible to conceive of circumstances where you might want to vary something decided in the divorce. In that case you would have to apply to the court which made the order. On the other hand it might be something free standing in which you could apply to a Scottish court. Also, you do not say in which country your ex spouse lives. If not in Scotland the decision might not necessarily be yours alone.
Re: Scottish or English court
xhikarux - 07 March, 2018 08:13PM
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/03/2018 06:04PM by xhikarux.
Re: Scottish or English court
davidterry - 08 March, 2018 11:14AM
Then you could apply in Scotland but since notice of that application would need to be served on your ex husband he might have some say upon where the matter should be heard. However, you should speak to a lawyer in Scotland about that.
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