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How long for decree nisi?

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GettingScaredNow Sun 28-Aug-16 19:46:04

I posted the form maybe 3 weeks ago.
Just wondered how long it usually takes for it to come through.

Then it's 6 weeks wait isn't it and I can apply for a decree absolut yes?

I am trying to get STBXH to sign a consent order essentially releasing any future claims to each other. How do I get that dirt approved?
If I use a service (I know I have to use a solicitor for that) then will they do everything?

Familylawsolicitor Wed 31-Aug-16 21:56:46

If you're in the south east Bury St Edmunds are taking about 6 weeks to process applications for decree nisi.
Check what's included with a consent order. Some services will just draft it and it's up to you to fill in the D81 statement of informations that go with it and submit to court, others will do all the paperwork and liaising with the court
Try and get it for a fixed fee

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