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09 Jul 12 #342190 by rosie6666
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Hi I am new to this site and I wondered if anyone has the answer to my problem. I left my husband 1 year ago. He refuses to sign divorce papers so I have gone ahead anyway. But the judge sent back my papers saying there is not enough evidence and has asked for more. Has anyone else had this problem?

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09 Jul 12 #342193 by cookie2
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When a judge returns a divorce, the reasons for refusal can be quite vague. What grounds did you use? If unreasonable behaviour, what did you write for your statement of case?

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