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12 Oct 07 #4650 by mr_niptuck
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Does anyone know what the timescales and process is when someone cross petitions you.

I have petitioned my x2b and she has filed a cross petition - who's petition gets accepted and how long does it take.

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12 Oct 07 #4654 by LittleMrMike
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Why in tarnation does your wife want to cross petition ?

This is exactly the sort of silly nonsense that used to happen when conduct could have a significant bearing on the outcome of the divorce settlement - both parties petitioning for divorce, which is total nonsense when you think about it - you both want out, so why not do it in the
cheapest and quickest way possible ?

It is highly unlikely that conduct will have the slightest effect on the financial settlement these days.

Does your wife realise the costs implications of this ? You don't want to waste your cash on fruitless legal disputes which benefit only lawyers.

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