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06 Nov 07 #6016 by moggie1965
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Can anyone advise me,
I petitioned the soon to be ex-wife on grounds of UB, she has issued a cross petition which is total lies. We are due in court soon, does anyone know as I am self repping who will address the court and present their case first. Will it be me or will her solicitor present her cross petition and argue their case before I present and cross examine her whole bloody family.
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Mark

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