What do I need to do to undo a fraudulent divorce? I need to settle the financial order first?
Brief Outline of Reasons Supporting Request for Review
My Fraudulent EX- Wife altered / forged my divorce paperwork after I completed it to contest the divorce lies. I declined to complete the paperwork and decided to stop the divorce, but MY LOVLEY EX-Wife altered / forged my handwriting and submitted it without my approval and permission. I have a copy of the paperwork with I only are allowed to complete it, but it is clearly notifiable that it’s not my handwriting. MY LOVLEY EX-Wife fraudulently submitted and applied for a divorce without my approval. I haven’t sent any paperwork at all to the court nor have I signed any paperwork.
Fact: I completed the form without any errors and without any alterations!
Fact: I given this form to MY LOVLEY EX-Wife & her solicitor informed Viviane it was filled in incorrectly!
Fact: MY LOVLEY EX-Wife told me that the form needed to be corrected & I declined and informed MY LOVLEY EX-Wife that I am not continuing with the divorce!
Fact: I did not make the alterations to the document!
Fact: I did not submit the form to MY LOVLEY EX-Wife solicitor!
Fact: I did not give Viviane permission to submit the form!
Fact: I did not approve or countersign the alterations or agreed to the alterations!
Fact: There is absolute clear evidence and without a question of a doubt clear evidence that the alterations as done with MY LOVLEY EX-Wife handwriting!
Fact: MY LOVLEY EX-Wife confirmed that she made the alterations!
Fact: I sent you an email with the 2 differences between the 2 handwritings that clearly indicates that it’s not my handwringing!
Fact: I filled in the form without any errors and alterations!
Fact: MY LOVLEY EX-Wife altered this form and MY LOVLEY EX-Wife submitted this form, MY LOVLEY EX-Wife is the sole person that committed fraud.
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