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29 Jan 08 #12272 by Ddee
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Filling in my divorce forms and can't decide whether to put habitually resident or both domiciled!:unsure:

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03 Feb 08 #12703 by DownButNotOut
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Ddee,

The info you need to decide which to put on the form is available on the HM Revenue and Customs website:

www.hmrc.gov.uk/pdfs/ir20.htm

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