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What are we each entitled to in our divorce settlement?

What does the law say about how to split the house, how to share pensions and other assets, and how much maintenance is payable.

What steps can we take to reach a fair agreement?

The four basic steps to reaching an agreement on divorce finances are: disclosure, getting advice, negotiating and implementing a Consent Order.

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Form A!

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08 Sep 12 #354567 by MrsSadness
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Sorry, back again! I thought I had this all sussed, but, need MPS pretty damn quickly, so do I just tick MPS on Form A, or all of them?

And no idea what the empty box is for - oh, I am being dim today, I see for a PAO, silly me!

My brain is addled, not helped by menopausal symptomns( great, all I need! LOL!)

Anyone know how long it takes to get a hearing? And what do I have to take with me, bank stuff, a list of outgoings/incomings? Reasons? I don''t know. This is obviously pre-form E, should I fill that out now - the judge would surely need to see my need for MPS in black and white!!!!

Any help, as usual, so gratefully received - sorry, may be on and off here all day with other stuff! But hey, least I am now actually back in the land of the living after my ''meltdown'' (LOL!) and finally doing it!!!!!

Thanks again!

A rather confused and bemuddled Mrs S this morning! LOL!

Thanks again, Wikis.

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08 Sep 12 #354643 by soulruler
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Tick all the boxes on form A and apply asap for MPS also siting the grounds on your Petition.

The less complicated the better as it helps the judge who has so many cases to hear each day it makes their head spin.

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08 Sep 12 #354661 by MrsSadness
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Well, thats both me and the judge with spinning heads then! LOL! Thanks SR!

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