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06 Oct 12 #359618 by lillyput
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hello,can anyone help,stbx is threatening to cross Petition unless i agree not to raise allegations of conduct set out in my petition in any other proceedings relateing to the marriage?

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06 Oct 12 #359619 by Action
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Unless the conduct is really violent or criminal I can''t see that it will be of any benefit to raise it anyway. I also don''t see how your STBX cross-petitioning will stop you raising the conduct issues in the future.

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06 Oct 12 #359621 by lillyput
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nothing violent or crimminal iv just told the truth how he left, they want me to agree in open correspondence that i wont raise them, what does it all mean, no kids or property invoved i just want rid,

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06 Oct 12 #359630 by Action
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Maybe he feels embarassed about how he left and wants to know it will not be brought up to humiliate him. Hopefully someone else on here will be able to offer more sound legal advice but may need more information.

Do I assume your finances are settled?

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06 Oct 12 #359634 by Serendipity100
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Lilliput.... I take it you are Petitioner under UB. Unless I have read your post erroneously.

Ok, standard for any ex to use as the R in UB is: ''don''t agree with D8 statement, but will not contest'' or words to that effect.
This may seem hell at the mo, but no children or property involved, so seems to me, relatively staight forward divorce so you can both move on. Clean Break, I suspect.

I do not know what you mean by ex''s sol''s letter..... either gone or is going to Nisi and Absolute, or not. Or are you talking about AR process? Hope you found this of some help anyway, but you do need to be clearer on your case and state where you both are at the mo

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