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What are we each entitled to in our divorce settlement?

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17 Aug 07 #2098 by gone1
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You can force the issue but it may take time. Its five years sep normaly before you can divorce without consent. There is no point in him delaying things. I know someone who held up the divorce becuase he thought it was going to cost him money to sign. If you are not pursuing him for costs then it may be an idea to remind him that all he has todo is sign. Some people are plain daft and they think if they ignore something it will go away. Chris

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