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I''ll bet you a cheese sandwich she does know exactly where the problem is, and I''ll bet you a Cornish pasty that there is a 3rd party involved. But I guess after a year of separation it really doesn''t matter - the marriage is clearly over and the reasons aren''t worth dwelling over.
yr wife cant tell you where or what the problem was to make her not want to attempt to save the marriage
HA! Well, her actions contradict her words. If she wanted to be amicable then why not co-operate with the divorce. It seems that when she says she wants to be amicable, what she means is, "I want to be amicable as long as you do what I want you to do".
She understands there is no going back and wants divorce the same as me.
we both want to be amicable
Yes, you can file a divorce petition. You should not wait for 2 years separation... that relies on her consent, which she may simply withhold when the time comes (for many reasons rational or irrational). Basing your future on someone else''s whims is not a good idea. If your divorce Petition is worded correctly and based on unreasonable behaviour, then she will not be able to do anything about it. If you want a divorce now then you can get one now. You do not need her permission, cooperation or even her signature.
any suggestion, about what i can do to get the ball rolling
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