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Re: Acknowledgement Of Service

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18 Sep 12 #356569 by worrier1
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I am somewhat frustrated. STBX was late by 9 weeks in replying to AOS. Only because my Solicitor gave a deadline to which we were going to apply for Court Order that they decided to respond the hour before deadline.

In the AOS STBX is not defending Petition but states that i have been violent towards STBX on many occasions (one of these mallicious allegations was told to the Police, albeit 3months later), STBX tried to retract it and it hasn''t gone any further. (These are lies as i have done no such thing). STBX also states in AOS that i have taken out approx £4k over the past year out of what was the joint account.

STBX has given me nothing but hell. I have been involuntarily forced out of the MH. I am the only one paying the bills and yet STBX is living in our jointly owned house rent and bill free. And now this nonsense in the AOS.

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18 Sep 12 #356570 by dukey
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Just ignore it, the AoS is a yes/no to divorce, if undefended the divorce will proceed, the rest is pretty much hot air, warm ink whatever you would call it.

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18 Sep 12 #356573 by worrier1
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Thank You again Dukey.

Always appreciated.

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