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18 Nov 07 #6923 by maggie
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Every day on this forum people trip up over the same problems - jargon "prayers" "ancillary relief"
lousy forms - does anyone understand the questions in form E? the notes are laughable ; Consent Orders - can you change them? - "procedures" like pressure to sign whilst shellshocked at FDR -
We should try to get the things that are rubbish changed
If a persistent problem is reported here - or if you conducted polls- there should be some pressure from this forum to "Resolution" or the Law Society protocol committee to get it changed.

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18 Nov 07 #6945 by DownButNotOut
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Here, here maggie.

I think that it should be one of the aims of Wikivorce to make divorce easier to understand for us all.

The Step By Step Divorce Guide is a start and I look forward to the guide and the FAQ section being further developed until all the essential, basic info is easily accessible.

And yes, the notes on completing Form E could do with an overhaul, perhaps that is another thing Wiki could provide.

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