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11 Feb 22 #518878 by ConfusedFrustrated
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Hope someone can point me in the right direction please.... I know the courts are massively busy but the delays are ridiculous.

Today my partner received a letter from court, dated December 20, as "certificate of entitlement to a decree", stating that his ex has proved the contents of the petition "and to an order that the Respondent shall pay the costs to the Petitioner to be the subject of detailed assessment oin the standard basis if not agreed"

He has submitted FOUR copies so far of a Deed of Finanncial Settlement and Waiver to the court, which set out their financial agreement from two years ago when she left, and included the agreement that she would divorce him WITHOUT applying for costs.

Any ideas?
Does he need to go to court to explain this again?
Or is this a standard letter and the Judge will consider the existing financial settlement agreement on the day.

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15 Feb 22 #518893 by rubytuesday
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Answered on your other post.

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