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how much time do i have after decree of nisi

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13 Sep 12 #355639 by befree2013
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i am on legal aid . and i have received decree of Nisi in post on 23rd of aug 2012. how much time do i have in order to apply for financial settlement. my solicitors says they are waiting for legal aid to move forward. but i need to know how much time is left for me to apply for financial order.

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13 Sep 12 #355649 by TBagpuss
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There is no time limit.

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13 Sep 12 #355662 by befree2013
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hi,
thanks for replying. in case my ex files for divorce Absolute ,will i still be able to file for financial order?

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13 Sep 12 #355672 by .Charles
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Yes. Only remarriage can prevent you from applying.

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13 Sep 12 #355708 by befree2013
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thankyou.

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