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InspectorPenguin Wed 27-Apr-16 22:09:34

My ex and I are divorcing on the grounds of 2 years' separation. I am the respondent and do not yet have legal representation.

We are pretty amicable (as much as you can be) and hoping to have a clean break after agreeing the financial separation ourselves.
We own a flat and a car but there are no children and we are reasonably young - mid to late 30s.

I am the Respondent and have received the D10 form (Notification of Proceedings). I am unsure how to answer Q6 which asks if I intend to apply to the court for it to consider my financial position as it will be after the divorce. Do I say 'Yes' to leave all options open? I don't want any future financial ties; I want us to go our separate ways with a fair split of equity and assets, but would putting 'No' put me to any disadvantage?

The notes aren't clear and I can't seem to find an answer online so any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you

wabbitears Wed 04-May-16 18:33:44

Tick yes to this question - even if you don't end up making an Ancillary Relief application to court and instead come to an agreement that you then have turned into a Consent Order.

If you tick no, then it will be difficult to make the AR application.

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