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12 Aug 12 #349017 by Ms B
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Hi,

I hope somebody knows the answer to my question!

If my ex-husband stated that he did NOT wish to claim Ancillary Relief at the time of divorce can he claim it at a later date?

Thank you,

Suzanne.

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12 Aug 12 #349020 by upbeat
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Hi there,
I beleive if you have a Consent Order which states the financial situation ect and orders from the judge to that effect then that stands.

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12 Aug 12 #349021 by maisymoos
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Hi Suzanne is your user name your real name? If so, contact Wiki administration and see if you can get it changed to something less recognisable.

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12 Aug 12 #349063 by MrsSadness
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I so agree with MaisyMoos - I am paranoid just posting under my somewhat ubiquitous user name! I would listen to Maisy here, and change it to something more anonymous - for all I know my STBX is also on here and able to read everything I say. Hence I am too scared ( DViolence and all that, to be able to say too much on here!) But if you happen to be in N/W area, area, lots of help... again, can''t volunteer but first thing is as MaisyMoos advised, change your user name if it is easily identifiable.. Just my two-pennies worth. Take care. Bye

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