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Petition papers - tick boxes on Financial Order (last page)

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WeAreNotInKansasAnymore Sun 26-Mar-17 15:15:11

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MrsBertBibby Sun 26-Mar-17 15:23:54

Yes, he needs to tick them all, so they are all dismissed when the consent order is made.

It's fine, don't worry about it.

WeAreNotInKansasAnymore Sun 26-Mar-17 15:51:24

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WeAreNotInKansasAnymore Sun 26-Mar-17 20:58:06

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MrsBertBibby Mon 27-Mar-17 07:15:24

Why are you paying a solicitor if you don't believe what he tells you?

WeAreNotInKansasAnymore Mon 27-Mar-17 08:16:35

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MrsBertBibby Mon 27-Mar-17 09:42:44

confused

NotJanine Mon 27-Mar-17 10:27:59

I got advice from a solicitor on completing this and was told to just tick them all (even if you don't think they will apply)

WeAreNotInKansasAnymore Mon 27-Mar-17 18:20:03

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TreeTop7 Thu 06-Apr-17 20:29:57

I was petitioned about 4 weeks ago, and I was horrified by all the ticks too! However, a friend who works at the courts reassured me that it was the norm.

TreeTop7 Thu 06-Apr-17 20:30:22

I was petitioned about 4 weeks ago, and I was horrified by all the ticks too! However, a friend who works at the courts reassured me that it was the norm.

EggysMom Thu 06-Apr-17 20:44:25

Yes, it's normal to tick all boxes. No financial awards are made as a result of the Divorce petition, it just opens the door to the Financial Proceedings which are a separate legal process (and result in a Consent Order).

WeAreNotInKansasAnymore Thu 06-Apr-17 20:48:53

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CourageCamille Fri 07-Apr-17 13:40:50

Sorry to butt in- I sent my D8 off on Wednesday, but as my (hopefully) stbx and I don't own any property, have no savings and he has a minuscule pension that there's no point in me touching and he'll be in his late 90s by the time I get my pension I didn't tick any of the boxes. Is this likely to be questioned by the court? I'm trying to do everything as cheaply as possible as there's nothing to split!

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