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Form D - Should we have them?

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09 Oct 12 #360006 by slimmanz
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I want to prepare for a financial Consent Order to be ready for when in reciept of the Nisi and will use wikivorce for this.
Should we have Form D''s? Have I missed a step?

5 year marriage.
I''m not using a solicitor.
I''ve petitioned husband has just sent his form back agreeing to divorce (D10?) so heading for Nisi Application.

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09 Oct 12 #360009 by dukey
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Err i don`t think you mean form D, maybe you could be thinking form E financial disclosure perhaps?.

Anyway the wiki service is quite simple, you need an agreement that the solicitor can draft, and you both have to fill out a short questionnaire, what you earn whats in the bank, whats you pension worth, equity in any property, its nothing like form E, which is a 28 page pig of a form used by those going to court.

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