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What are we each entitled to in our divorce settlement?

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Decree Nisi 2

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16 Apr 12 #324115 by Phoenix1963
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Trying to get my Decree Nisi application in.

Slightly confused; Was going to use D84 but when starting I found a D80 B (behaviour)which I had acquired from somewhere.

Oh no, now I''m confused!

Thanks for the pointers White Rose but I''m still puzzled as to how much detail I need to include in the affadavit.

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16 Apr 12 #324117 by cookie2
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You need D84 and D80B.

You don''t need much detail at all, just tick the boxes. For most of them you don''t need to write any additional information.

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16 Apr 12 #324151 by Phoenix1963
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Thanks Cookie,

I notice on one of them it asks to attach the Statement of Arrangements to verify the respondent''s signature... which is going to be difficult as I don''t have this particular document as it is still with the useless solicitors I was using!

Am going to ask court to attach their copy when I submit.

Otherwise, as far as Affadavit is concerned, I''m going to submit original statement from initial petitition with a few amendments.

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16 Apr 12 #324153 by cookie2
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Amendments? Why?

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16 Apr 12 #324259 by Phoenix1963
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Because, more S***e from ex in the time since Petition was submitted - to show that "respondent" hasn''t changed their course of conduct etc.

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17 Apr 12 #324471 by cookie2
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Amendments should not be necessary. As long as the fire was sufficiently stoked to begin with, you don''t need to pour more fuel on. It will just complicate matters, and antagonize the ex.

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17 Apr 12 #324562 by Phoenix1963
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Thanks again Cookie,

It''s in now with just a minor tweak - pretty well did what you suggested.

Court next week for child hearing. It''s hearing number three and where I hope to get an increase from 3 hrs a week unsupervised via a contact centre to reinstating some proper quality time with my little one.

Again would welcome any thoughts. I''ve stuck to every arrangement - ex has technically breached on almost every bit of contact. Also PIPs + was ordered but ex didn''t attend in time to complete the last bit (meeting and mediation) I''m wondering if judge is going to look kindly on me for the first time throughout proceedings.

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