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Topic: Unreasonable behaviour - parental abduction
Written By: fadobee - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for this forum. I have navigated as LIP to a stage where 'the other side' having sidelined issues for 1.5 years (living in another jurisdiction and having unlimited funds) have finally been forced to a hearing (lost jurisdiction, lost forum). They said they would 'fight all the way' but now that they are at a stage where they would have to address the evidence of child abduction,
Topic: Re: Deemed Service Granted by UK court challenged under Hague
Written By: fadobee - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for the super fast response. OK.. thank you very much again by the way. I think I was being a bit wooly on my understanding, so have had a good long think, just to see if I have this. Basically, I shouldn't be worrying about comparing Deemed Service with Service, because they are 'different animals'. Deemed service, broadly, is for when someone is avoiding Service, so to talk i
Topic: Deemed Service Granted by UK court challenged under Hague
Written By: fadobee - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Recently granted deemed service on someone in the US. They were represented in the UK when Deemed Service was granted agreed by the Judge because it was at 3rd attempt after post in the UK (from the court) when they were resident, post in the US (from the court) when they moved to the US and then email from me. They didn't tell the UK court they had already filed to challenge to a Stay in th
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