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What are we each entitled to in our divorce settlement?

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Wife is delaying divorce - Please Help!!

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12 Jun 12 #336289 by BrokenArrow123
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I think I have a tendency to agree with you cookie with the "cant be arsed" idea. All I have at the moment is the draft Petition from her solicitor.

You are also correct about me paying the mortgage and bills in the FMH. She works minimum hours to claim maximum benefit, and I am left to struggle in a household where the bills used to be covered by two full time wages, now only one, with no benefits to speak of. (except the 25% council tax reduction, that £36 per month goes a long way lol)

I have to maintain the house however so I have a secure base to spend time with my son.

Guess I am just soooooo frustrated that someone who wanted to be with anoter guy so much that she destroyed our family, cant even give me a divoce to finish things off!

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12 Jun 12 #336295 by cookie2
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If the Petition has not been lodged with the court yet, then you should count your blessings, and do it yourself ASAP!

She does not need to "give" you a divorce. If you want one, then you should go out and get one. You don''t need her permission, cooperation or even her signature.

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