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Form D8D: Petition for a presumption of death decree/order and the dissolution of a marriage/civil partnership

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April 01, 2020
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Petition for a presumption of death decree/order and the dissolution of a marriage/civil partnership.

Notes to Petitioners • This form should be used if you are making an application to the court for a decree/order to end your marriage/civil partnership due to the presumed death of your spouse or civil partner. • Before completing this form, please read the supporting notes (D8D Notes) for guidance on how to complete this form. • Please answer all questions. If you are unsure of the answer to any question, or you do not think that it applies to you, please indicate this on the form. • If there is not enough room on this form, you may continue on a separate sheet. Please put your name, the Respondent’s (your spouse/civil partner) name, and the number of the Part the information relates to, at the top of your continuation sheet. • If completing this form by hand, please use black ink and BLOCK CAPITAL LETTERS and tick the boxes that apply

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