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applying for a decree nisi and statment of case

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12 Apr 12 #323186 by prknight
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Firstly I hope this is the right place to ask this and sorry if it isn''t.

I have filed for divorce after 2 years separation, it is an uncontested divorce and I have now received the paperwork back from the court confirming that my ex will not be contesting the case.

When I filed for devoice and answered the question in part 6 Statement of case I put the following:

Marriage Irretrievably broke down and by mutual consent we decided that we could not longer live together so we separated and I moved out on the 16th May 2008

The Respondent Consents to the decree being granted

No I am applying for he decre Nisi and have an Affidavit in support of divorce that I am filling in and before I complete it I wanted to ask. Do you think I Have put enough information to support my case for a Decree Nisi?

Many thanks in advance


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12 Apr 12 #323203 by cookie2
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Yes, no problem. As long as your ex gave her consent to the divorce it should go through smoothly.

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12 Apr 12 #323234 by prknight
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Thanks Cookie :)

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12 Apr 12 #323247 by dukey
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Hello Paul

It looks ok, most solicitors would add "since the date of separation the applicant and respondent have not lived together" it just saves a judge questioning it.

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