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  • Carlton
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18 Jun 07 #867 by Carlton
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my wife has responded, and is not defending the petition, however she did not fill in box 5 about admitting the adultery, whereas the co respondent did admit it in his response.

is this likely to cause delays or necessitate a court hearing?


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27 Jun 07 #1040 by tigstheterror
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Hi Carlton,
it shouldn't delay anything as she isn't defending anything so it should all go through a ok. Good luck,Sherri.

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27 Jun 07 #1043 by Carlton
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thanks for the reply, i since found out the guidance form said they dont have to admit it especially if the dont want costs awarded against them.

as you say hopefully it should go through ok.


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