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Issuing- what does it mean

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25 Feb 08 #15013 by JustH
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Have been separated for 9 months.

It has taken this long for my solicitor to say she is @Issuing@ today. My husband will not disclose his finances as he is a very high earner and he also @got rid@ of 122 thousand from selling a joint property.

I am on benefits but still in FMH, which he is still paying for.

Married 22 years, he 44 me 43, 2 kids, boy 21 girl 14, both still living with me.

Am I doing the right thing in letting my solicitor 'Issue'?

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26 Feb 08 #15127 by mike62
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Juicymoon,
I would guess that your solicitor is 'issuing' divorce proceedings to the court.

This is the formal start of the divorce process.

You may find it helpful to read the Wikivorce step-by-step guide to divorce. It is accessed through the 'Resources' menu at the top of the page.

Best of luck

Mike

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