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13 Sep 12 #355715 by miguel12
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Hi all,

I have filed for divorce against my wife for ''Unreasonable Behaviour'', we have been separated & living apart for over a year now. Up to the point of her receiving the D8 divorce petition it has so far been amicable, she even agreed to the grounds for divorce, however she now thinks I am after her money, as I checked on the D8, Part 10 about "Financial Order" as I want us to have a "Clean Break Order".

I did not check the part about claiming costs from her, as I have no interest in coming after her for money. However she is being difficult and saying she wont sign it as she does not understand the process.

I need to apply for "Deemed Service" as I know that she has definitly seen and read the Petition. I have emails from her confirming this, can I use these emails as evidence that she has received and read the petition?

Thanks in advance

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