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need some advice on downloaded divorce paperwork

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07 Oct 07 #4429 by gooner
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i just need some advice on what to do next i downloaded divorce paperwork from divorce-on-line in 2004 i didnt proceed any further as money was limited, but i want to start it a.s.a.p but all the paperwork has my old address on it plus i only need to do the divorce as everthing else has been sorted out. plus anyone know how much it will cost from start to finish....thanks in advance

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07 Oct 07 #4430 by scottishlady
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Hi Gooner....
Is it possible to download it again, and start from scratch with your new address???
I wouldn't have a clue how much it would cost... sorry, but I'm sure there are plenty people on this site who could advise you...
Best of Luck
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07 Oct 07 #4432 by gooner
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ok thanks for your advice but hopefully someone on here can advise more on this.

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07 Oct 07 #4433 by scottishlady
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Yes... I'm sure someone will be far more able to advise you of pounds shillings and pence gooner - good luck

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07 Oct 07 #4434 by gooner
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hopefully i wont have to download it again as it cost enough already plus i would imagine that the court cost will cost an arm & a leg!!.....once again thanks for your advice

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07 Oct 07 #4437 by Louise11
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Hi there,

if its just a divorce you are after, my advice is go to the court website, you can download all the papers free.
they also have leaflets that show you how each form needs filling in.
I have no idea on present divorce cost but have a feeling the court fee is somewhere around the "£200 mark.

Kind ones
Louise.

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07 Oct 07 #4441 by DownButNotOut
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You can download all the forms you need free on wikivorce.

Refer to the Step By Step Guide (from main menu .. Resources >> Step By Step Guide).

Or see all forms at Resources >> Divorce Forms and Leaflets.

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