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08 Oct 12 #359776 by sugarnspice
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hi everyone x i am the Petitioner in an ongoing divorce since august 2012, not long you might think but i have a problem with the respondent, well not as such i don''t suppose. i have yet to receive the acknowledge of service from him which hasn''t arrived. yet contacting him recently via text messages he has told he has fully signed them and are with his solicitor, this was 3weeks ago snd still nothing. Now i have this proof that he has received and signed them but my problem is how do i print off these text messages? i am going this divorce alone and i read somewhere that i can use this evidence if you like and ask the judge for something of service?? Am i right? and if so how do i move these messages? can anyone help?:unsure:

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08 Oct 12 #359788 by LittleMrMike
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I think, myself, it''s always better that,. if the acknowledgment of service does not come back, relying on test messages - well, I''ve not heard of anyone doing it, but I''m not enough of a technocrat to know whether this would be acceptable as evidence.

It could just be that he has an inefficient solicitor.

If all else fails and your x2b is likely to be easy to track down, I think I''d use a process server. Should not cost you a fortune.

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