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Topic: Re: Ex running away from Financials
Written By: Simars - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for your advice B. I see your point and it makes sense. Of course, my priority is shelter for my child and myself. I won't go for absolute until financials are over - Thank you! My soon tbe is saying he is going to India due to his ill health and says he will apply for stay on the financial proceedings in the UK? This is really to frustrate the financial proceedings in the UK..
Topic: Re: Ex running away from Financials
Written By: Simars - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Kindly reply to my question pls. Thank you.
Topic: Re: Ex running away from Financials
Written By: Simars - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Dear All, If possible, please assist with the following: Can he get the custody of our son (6 yrs) to take him to India. He can't even look after himself due to health, how can he take our son? I have put a Matrimonial Homes rights charge on the flat in 2016 since I contributed to wards the deposit of the flat - If he stops paying the mortgage of the flat and it gets repossessed, do I and
Topic: Re: Ex running away from Financials
Written By: Simars - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for the prompt response. I don't claim child maintenance yet but can I?... even when the FDA is due in May! I have registered the Matrimonial Homes rights - He secretly tried to sell the flat but couldn't obv. the equity in the flat is 260K and its a 8 yrs marriage. I stood home without work for first 5 yrs of child birth to manage home. He doesn't want to sell as he wants to keep th
Topic: Ex running away from Financials
Written By: Simars - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi All, The decree Nisi is issued and I filed for the Financials in January 2017. My to be ex had opted to stay out renting a room since Dec'16 despite having a flat in his name where me and my son are living currently. He is paying for the mortgage though. Now my ex is saying that he can't stay alone without a family around as he have very bad health issues (which is true but his job was
Topic: Form D 84
Written By: Simars - 11 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
In the AOS, the Respondent has mentioned he is defending but has not given an Answer within the required timescale. While filling form D 84, should I tick Section A (undefended) or Section B (defended)? Thanks in advance.
Topic: Re: Jurisdiction
Written By: Simars - 11 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you David. Can you please clarify " what your husband has done will not be regarded as valid 'defense' of a divorce taking place here"? Does that mean that in the application of decree NISI, I should tick section A (undefended case) or section B (defended case)?
Topic: Jurisdiction
Written By: Simars - 11 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi All, I (Petitioner) filed Divorce in UK in Sept, my to be EX assured that we are going mutually and amicably but cheated me and actually contested it without informing me. As a Respondent he contested saying that - Our marriage was solemnized in India under Hindu Marriage act 1955 and that he have filed the Divorce petition in India in Oct, therefore he wishes to defend on the basis - to th
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