what does it mean by:
1C. Do you agree with the statement of the Petitioner as to the grounds of jurisdiction set out in the petition? if not please state the grounds on which you disagree with the statementof the Petitioner.
You can write and say so. Attach a piece of paper saying you don''t agree with x,y and z but you dpn''t want to defend and you agree that the marriage has broken down irretrievably. I''d be a little bit careful though about saying you disagree with everything in the Petition because a judge may feel that they cannot grant the divorce if you make out you are perfect! At the end of the day you are ''accepting'' that the marriage has broken down and you are at fault. Everyone knows though that the petition is just one person''s view and it takes two etc so don''t take it to heart. When I responded to mine I picked out one or two of the major lies and wrote, "I reserve the right to refute the allegations made in paragraphs 1,3,6 etc in any future proceedings". Then if you end up in court over finances or children you can say you never accepted the truth of these allegations. Hope this helps.