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26 May 12 #333033 by vivitron
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Hi. I am currently attempting to file for divorce on the grounds of 2 yrs separation. Do i need to use a D8 form or a d8od or both. cheers
Ah on further research would i be correct in thinking i use a d8 then the court will send me a d8od to complete.

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26 May 12 #333045 by WhiteRose
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Hi Vivi,

Don''t think you''ve had a reply because you''ve answered your own question, it may be worth downloading D8 Notes to assist with completing ;)


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26 May 12 #333086 by dukey
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Regardless of the reason for divorce all must complete D8, and D8a if you have kids, the only form unique to two years separation would be the affidavit in support, the rest must be completed by all.

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