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25 Apr 12 #326591 by Simie61
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Do you know if you have to be separated before petitioning for a divorce

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25 Apr 12 #326598 by Tets
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when you Petition you must separate at that time, this doesn''t mean that one of you must move out but you shouldn''t live together as husband and wife - don''t share domestic tasks, don''t sleep together and don''t eat together etc.

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26 Apr 12 #326651 by rubytuesday
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Welcome to Wikivorce Simie :)

IN case you are looking for information regarding what the possible financial split would be, it would help if you can answer the following questions:


Your respective ages;

The number of children you have and their ages;

How many nights the children spend with each parent;

The length of your marriage and any period of pre marriage cohabitation;

Your respective incomes;

Your respective outgoings;

Your assets - both soley held and joint;

Your liabilities.

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