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21 Mar 12 #319334 by dosshouse
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I submitted all the necessary paperwork to the court about 6 weeks ago but there has been no acknowledgement and nothing from the other side - anyone know what happens now?
Can I continue with no comms from the other side or do I have to wait???

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21 Mar 12 #319411 by .Charles
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Do you mean that you submitted the divorce petition 6 weeks ago? you should have received a notice of issue of the petition a few days after issue by the court. did you receive this?

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21 Mar 12 #319428 by dosshouse
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yes, the Petition was filed 6 weeks ago, the court confirmed but then nothing....

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