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01 May 12 #327677 by montrose96
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I have received a certificate of entitlement to a decree, I am the Respondant, do I need to do anything, the part that troubles me is that it states that I am responsible for the costs of both sides, do I need to attend the court hearing in order to clarify my situation. My partner is going to buy me out, but as yet, I have not had an offer, can anyone offer any advice.

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02 May 12 #328089 by Fiona
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The "costs" are just for the actual divorce and the financial settlement is dealt with separately. In financial proceedings each party pays their own costs.

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