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He has talked with a solicitor and given a standard responce, don`t worry this is how it tends to go, nothing out of the ordinary.
2. Do you wish to alter or add to any statement in the divorce / dissolution / (judicial) separation petition?
Going to tick No.
3. Subject to these alterations or additions (if any) is everything stated in your divorce / dissolution /(judicial) separation Petition true?
I want to tick Yes to this as everything I have written is true, but am worried the judge will see it''s my word against his, and I don''t know what the repercussions of that will be.
Yup yes and no the judge wont be looking for proof
4. If you consider that the Respondent’s behaviour has affected your health, state the effect it has had.
He caused me a great deal of anxiety and stress. After he left me, I was signed off work for 6 weeks. Do I mention this? If so, I believe I need to provide evidence from the doctor?
It makes no odds really, but no proof from a doctor is not required.
5. Is the Respondent’s behaviour as set out in your Petition continuing?
If the Respondent’s behaviour is not continuing, what was the date of the final incident relied upon by you in your petition?
I assume I tick No as we are no longer together? If so, is the final incident date the date he left our marital home? (this was one of the UB reasons in my petition).
As you say the answer is no you don`t live together anymore.
6. Since the date given in answer to question 5 (or if no date was given to that question, since the dateof your divorce / dissolution / (judicial) separation petition), have you lived at the same address as the Respondent for a period of more than 6 months?