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Topic: Re: Refusal to co-operate with Financial Disclosure
Written By: Jingle - 4 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Andyk Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The only way that you can progress this I believe > is to force this to a final financial resolution > where the courts decide for you, that may > galvanise him into action. It would appear that > your ex husband is not interested in getting this > done which as you say he is probably waiting until
Topic: Refusal to co-operate with Financial Disclosure
Written By: Jingle - 4 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Will try and keep this brief: Divorced in June 2011 and we both, initially, remained in the marital home with our (then 10 year old) son. Neither of us could afford to buy the other out. Had one mediation session but ex-husband refused more and was pretty confrontational and aggressive when the mediator said we'd need to know the value of his pension as that would be taken into consideration
Topic: Advise re FMH
Written By: Jingle - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My solicitor submitted my application for my Decree Absolute last Friday, so that is now done. My former husband and I came to an agreement that I would pay him a lump sum and I would then keep the house (which I have paid the mortgage and 80% of the bills on since we moved in, as I did with the previous house, although I understand this has no bearing on anything), He has badgered me to 'sort
Topic: Re: Decree Absolute
Written By: Jingle - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for the reply, its really been helpful. Thanks again.
Topic: Re: Decree Absolute
Written By: Jingle - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks. As with the Decree Nisi, is the Absolute granted by a judge in court or is it more of an administrative thing? I am the Petitioner, incidentally. Just wondering what the process would be if I turned up on the day. There's no rush - I'm not re-marrying or anything (God forbid!) but I would like to know when the exact end is. For example, would the Absolute have 3 June on it? Sorry to
Topic: Decree Absolute
Written By: Jingle - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I can apply for my decree absolute on 3 June and have already signed the application for my solicitor to apply for it on that day. I am a bit confused as to whether the Absolute will be issued on that date - and that is the day my divorce is final - or whether that is just the application date and the divorce will only be finalised once the Absolute has been formally stamped and issued. Can
Topic: Respondent and Decree Absolute
Written By: Jingle - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My new partner is going through a divorce, which his soon to be ex-wife instigated - she also wanted the separation, which was over 15 months ago. She has dragged her feet over the latter stages of the divorce and is failing to produce the financial documentation his solicitors have repeatedly requested. He is still paying for the mortgage on the house she lives in with their child, and all the
Topic: Re: Judge's Refusal?
Written By: Jingle - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks
Topic: Re: Judge's Refusal?
Written By: Jingle - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
It is on the grounds of Unreasonable Behaviour. My solicitor said he knows divorces which have said 'the parties no longer get on' which have been passed, although said he wouldn't advise putting just that, as they are getting a little stricter now. Just hope all goes to plan!
Topic: Judge's Refusal?
Written By: Jingle - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My estranged husband has now signed and returned the Acknowledgement of Service and Statement of Arrangement for our son. I am the petitioner and he is not contesting the divorce. Does anyone know any cases where a judge has refused to allow a Decree Nisi? Also, once the Acknowledgement of Service has been returned and documentation is submitted to court, how soon afterwards is a Decree Nisi l
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