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Topic: First court hearing and Form E questions
Written By: Teddy P - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My solicitor is on holiday for the next two weeks and I am a little confused as to exactly what I am supposed to be doing before my first financial remedy court hearing at the end of the month. So would really appreciate any advice. We exchanged Form E's last week and was told by my solicitor to look for any hidden bank accounts or money being removed. I don't think there is but it's hard to
Topic: Re: Divorce costs.
Written By: Teddy P - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Well I guess I just got used to him over the years referring to pretty much everything as his ! We have lived together for 18 years in the same house and he always told me it was his house and my home. He is now trying to take the 'family' computer as 'he paid' for it but I am fighting this as the kids won't be able to print out their homework. Apologies I am not meaning to argue the toss, but
Topic: Re: Divorce costs.
Written By: Teddy P - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks David, As I said I have no burning desire to name her anyway. What's done is done and it is becoming increasingly clear they are welcome to each other. There is nothing to be gained from being vindictive. I also realise at the end of the day whatever the grounds are makes no difference to anything. It's just that the petition is all prepared to go off and I don't particularly want to pa
Topic: Re: Divorce costs.
Written By: Teddy P - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for your reply Andy. I think the reason he has agreed to adultery is because I agreed not to name the OW ( his boss). I think he realises that she will be named if I went for unreasonable behaviour. To be honest it doesn't really bother me either way what the grounds are or whether or not she is named. At the end of the day I just want to get divorced and him out of my life without ending
Topic: Divorce costs.
Written By: Teddy P - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I have petitioned for divorce and my stbx has agreed to accept his adultery as the grounds. I just received a letter from his solicitor offering a fixed sum of £800 towards the divorce costs which I think is roughly 50% of the actual costs. I had been told by a friend who was divorced a few years ago that in cases where adultery is admitted that the respondent would be liable for the total co
Topic: Re: 'Melissa' and 'Dr' Okumas. Are they the same person?
Written By: Teddy P - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you Andyk- your comment gave me my first belly laugh since all this cr*p happened.
Topic: Re: Divorce - shell shocked and concerned
Written By: Teddy P - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
David, Thank you again. That is a great analogy and actually is a really helpful way of looking at the situation. Am I allowed to wish the Lorry had no petrol in it to begin with ? I have deleted my posts as I have now realised my husband is stalking me online and via my mobile - we all still share an iTunes account and he has been able to see my messages, search history, email etc. Luckily my
Topic: Re: Divorce - shell shocked and concerned
Written By: Teddy P - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
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Topic: Divorce - shell shocked and concerned
Written By: Teddy P - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
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