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Topic: Re: Voluntary form e
Written By: confused123456 - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
The problem is he won't move from 50/50 although he is in a better financial position and I will have no income at all once the house is sold as i am unable to work due to disability. We also have three children under 10 to care for which are currently looked after under a shared care arrangement so no maintenance either. The idea of the voluntary form e is to get an idea of a fair split of t
Topic: Voluntary form e
Written By: confused123456 - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I've just submitted my voluntary form e to the ex's solicitor and picked up his. I've had a look through it and pages 6 and 7 are missing from the print out, it goes from 5 - 8 on the same sheet of paper and there are only bank statements for two current accounts although he has mistakenly put in one months bank statement from the third account. He has one current account at one bank and
Topic: Re: Recieved Certificate of entitlement to a decree - costs?
Written By: confused123456 - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for your reply, this is what the first page of the two pieces of paper says that i received from the court regarding the decree nisi. The district judge Upon making the decree nisi ordered that the respondent pay the costs incurred on behalf of the petitioner in this cause to be asses if not agreed. I can't figure out if means i need to pay or not?
Topic: Recieved Certificate of entitlement to a decree - costs?
Written By: confused123456 - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I received the order of acknowledgement to which the ex had requested i pay costs, i then asked for an email to state the ex would not claim costs and wrote this in the form to which i agreed to divorce on grounds of 2 year separation, today i received the certificate of entitlement to a decree and on it, it states "an order that the respondent pays the costs of the petitioner"
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