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absolute and clean break

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12 Apr 22 #519163 by Vik2001
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can anyone advise. ex is asking for Clean Break , we had no assets so happy to do this. i filled in my D81 and am happy with the Consent Order . but theres been no reply from her now....
i can submit my Decree Absolute now as 6 weeks has gone. am i at any disadvantage to submit the absolute before the Consent Order is done??

im not claiming anything from her, nor do i want to.. we had a short marriage of 4 months, and i filed for a annulment.

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