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Finances and decree absolute

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GoldenOrb Tue 28-Mar-17 22:05:10

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MrsBertBibby Wed 29-Mar-17 07:29:00

No they don't, but there are a number of reasons why it can be advisable not to get the DA until you have a seaked consent order.

GoldenOrb Wed 29-Mar-17 08:20:26

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NotJanine Wed 29-Mar-17 11:40:12

I was told not to apply for decree absolute until a consent order has been approved

GoldenOrb Wed 29-Mar-17 11:42:12

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Minime85 Wed 29-Mar-17 18:10:59

I would as my dp didn't and his ex wife is refusing to mediator or complete he divorce on line consent order and he is now going to take her to court to get the consent order. He couldn't afford it at time. Now ironically costing nearly £1k to split nothing as there're is nothing to split! Get it done if you can before

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