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D80b - why the need for q''s 4 and 5???

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25 Sep 12 #357791 by Serendipity100
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Hello. A quick question if I may...
Got D80b back - as my woefully lacking knowledge may suggest- what purpose do questions 4 and 5 serve? As I understand it, the gounds for divorce have no bearing on AR procedure or final settlement! So basically what''t the point of q 4 - '' do you consider the R''s behaviour has affected your health?''

And q 5 - ''is R''s beahviour as set out in petitiion, still continuing'' : Operative tern there, I suppose is - ''as set out in the petition''.... Date of sep two years, but still continuing with silent phone calls, nasty emails, yet lived apart for all this time, but still unreasonable behaviour continuing.. but not the same ub citations I used as my grounds...

Any advice please? Thinking of a PHA 1997 to get him to stop this... can''t do non-mol, too long apart, though this is more readily granted. I jsut want him to stop making the calls - yes, do have proof it''s him. So any advice please? as to what I put on D80b q 4 and 5?

Heartfelt thanks all.

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27 Sep 12 #358180 by TBagpuss
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Q4 "yes, the behvaiour has caused me considerable stress and anxiety and if he was physically violent, ad in the njuries caused)

q5.you can either answer "Yes".or "The respondent is no longer violent to me becuase we are living apart but continues to harass me by telephone and e-mail"


They are mostly hang-overs from when the contensts of the Petition did have more to do with how other issues panned out

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27 Sep 12 #358233 by Serendipity100
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Many thanks for the reply, T Bagpuss: much appreciated. Thanks again!

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