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15 Nov 07 #6741 by Wolfie
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My divorce is based on 5 year separation. I do not know where my ex wife 2B lives - despite numerous attempts to find her.

I cannot afford to pay a solicitor so I m submitting the paperwork myself. But in light of the above the court has told me that I need to complete an N285, General form of affidavit and a D11, notice of application. Unfortuantely they can't or won't tell me what I need to put on these forms!

Any ideas please..

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04 Jan 08 #9974 by Specialdad
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Citizens advice bureau will help you.

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18 Jan 08 #11083 by Josh2008
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Hope CAB is better in your area than mine...

Arrive at CAB reception, before I open my mouth receptionists says "I don’t want to know your problem just your name"

OK My name is Josh 2008, recep. Writes it on a pink form and asks me to take a seat

Couple of minutes later A. N. Other person asks for me and we go into a private room.

She tells me she might not be able to help me as she is just an adviser, I give my problem to her

She says it is beyond her ability and needs to speak to her boss

She goes away for about 5 mins comes back and says, my boss says you need to speak to xyz free solicitors advice available to Income Support beneficiaries

OK I go home and ring the free helpline; they do not deal with 'family matters' but will get someone to ring me with the advice.

After 3 more phone calls chasing eventually someone rings and gives me the advice I wanted, very helpful blah,blah,blah

3 weeks later I get a letter from solicitors, thanking me for instructing them and their initial fees are about £500.00

Needless to say I have written to them advising that I have not instructed them or anyone else for that matter

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