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Bury st Edmund's divorce court

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BlindTipsy Mon 17-Jun-19 20:45:46

It was quite straightforward I think. Not that I have much to compare it to! I kept the house, he kept most of the cash assets and his pension will be split 50/50.

We used collaborative solicitors - don't know if that makes any difference or not.

Still too long for me though! Am ready to put the whole mess behind me and get on with the good stuff in life!

Itsallchange Mon 17-Jun-19 17:53:56

Was yours quite a straightforward consent order @BlindTipsy? That seems a good turn around time

Watson40 Sun 16-Jun-19 18:25:48

Thank you for your reply. Sounds pretty similar timescale to be honest. The decree nisi came through in Feb so the absolute should be easy lol!

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BlindTipsy Sun 16-Jun-19 18:04:27

My consent order was submitted on the 8th March and was approved on the 18th May if that's any help. It was through BSE.

Will be applying for decree absolute next week so the end is in sight! Hope yours gets sorted soon.

Watson40 Sun 16-Jun-19 17:05:35

Anyone else still finding them really slow. Started last September and submitted consent order on May 15th. Apparently they are dealing with orders received on 21st March!

Anyone had a quicker response than what's stated on the automated email response?

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