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Topic: Re: Can't help but feel like this will never end
Written By: AFrustratedBecky - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for your replies bubblegum and DavidTerry. Thankfully he made a fair offer which I accepted. I am now waiting for the consent order to be approved. Thanks for all your help
Topic: Can't help but feel like this will never end
Written By: AFrustratedBecky - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
This should be a simple divorce, not children, no complications. He has dragged this out from the beginning. He made it clear that he will make this as expensive for me as possible so I am left with debt when it comes to the settlement. He is the petitioner so I have no control over the divorce. He got his application for a decree nisi months ago and has done nothing about it. Now he has st
Topic: Re: Joint bank accounts and separated
Written By: AFrustratedBecky - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for you advice Mr Terry. I have changed the DD to my account.
Topic: Joint bank accounts and separated
Written By: AFrustratedBecky - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
We have a joint bank account that we both used as our main account for, bills, mortgage, wages etc. He now continues to use it as his account. I still have access to it, although I no longer use it. He lives in the marital home and has done since separation. A loan in both of our names was in arrears, so I paid the two months owing on my credit card. I believe he wasn't aware of this as he is
Topic: Re: Will X's new baby be considered at hearing
Written By: AFrustratedBecky - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
cheers David.
Topic: Re: Is it possible to represent yourself in court?
Written By: AFrustratedBecky - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
fantastic advice, thank you so much. I have learnt a lot during 2 years of separation but have still so much more to learn before I go ahead with proceedings. He is divorcing me under the grounds of adultery. As ashamed as I am to admit that, it is what it is and is something I am paying for very much so and of course so is he. He is definitely bitter about the whole thing and will do all h
Topic: Is it possible to represent yourself in court?
Written By: AFrustratedBecky - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello, My solicitor advised me it would be best to "sack" him, his words not mine, as it would not be ideal to get him to represent me in court due to costs. I completely respect his advice. I understand court can be very stressful and costly, I am now at the stage where i have been left with no other choice but to start proceedings. We tried mediation once but he refused to r
Topic: STBXH solicitor is not responding
Written By: AFrustratedBecky - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
we agreed to exchange form e's on the 10th but I am still waiting for him. his solicitor isn't responding to mine now, she wont return my solicitors calls or letters. what would be the reason for her doing so?
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