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Topic: Bury St Edmunds -Decree Absolute turn around?
Written By: Karloss - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello, I am waiting for my six weeks and a day after the Nisi before I can apply for the decree absolute. Does anyone have recent knowledge of how long they take to turn them around at the moment? Thanks for any info.
Topic: Re: Prenup - UK or USA
Written By: Karloss - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Yes, I appreciate that changing circumstances can render the agreement most likely disregarded by the court. Considering a break which occurs in the absence of children, lottery wins or other life changing events, would a UK or US drawn agreement be viewed differently? Or would an agreement be considered equally, regardless of which could try it originated in( provided it was entered into with in
Topic: Prenup - UK or USA
Written By: Karloss - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I have a question about where best to create a prenup and the time frames needed. I am going to marry an American woman and I have two UK properties which I would want to retain in the event of future divorce. We plan to marry in Washington DC which is not a "community property law" state, so the courts there would respect the idea that we retain our own property on separation, provi
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