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Topic: Acknowledgement of Service form
Written By: gesphalt2 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I've been trying to read up about responding to the D10 form, and I think I'm getting somewhat conflicting answers. If you are the respondent to a divorce petition, and you disagree with the reasons given for unreasonable behaviour - is it more suitable to indicate this on the Acknowledgement of Service form, or is this better to do in a separate letter to the petitioner's solicitor? The sa
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