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27 Apr 11 #265210 by .Charles
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Good news indeed. Perhaps this will help to 'focus' your wife's mind and facilitate more reasonable communications.

There is no chance of appeal. It would costs the thick end of £5k to take such action and the appeal wouldn't get off the ground as it would be uneconomical to allow such an action to proceed.

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No problem. If you have made a written offer which is reasonable, the FDR Judge will say as much and haul your ex over the coals for being unreasonable. It is a sign of things to come for the offending party who refuses to compromise as they stand to lose a lot at final hearing if you have made an open offer.

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