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09 Oct 08 #55224 by ladylou
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my understanding is:
if the grounds are for 2 year separation the petition needs to be acknowledged, so if it isn't, then getting it "deemed as" is a solution.

the other points, i believe, are correct - if i'm wrong, i don't have poppy's excuses!
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09 Oct 08 #55227 by Ephelia
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I don't think you can have a petition for divorce on the grounds of 2 years separation with consent UNLESS it is signed and acknowledged - thus showing consent - so it can't be 'deemed' as being served because serving isn't the problem, the consent is...

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09 Oct 08 #55230 by Sera
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poppy5 wrote:

....then the Nisi will be granted ? and once the nisi granted the/any consent/court order regarding financials can be applied.

My Nisi was granted 10th September (Application was Feb 2008) he now has to wait six weeks and one day before he can apply for Absolute.

It should be advised that Financials should be sorted BEFORE the Absolute is granted; otherwise things can get complicated! (If she's being awkward at this stage; you might be in for a long wait)

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