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Decree Nisi

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Izahi123 Thu 13-Oct-16 00:40:53

I have applied for decree Nisi in manchester county courton 26th august and till date 7 week is ending I haven't received nothing from the courts, not even entitlement to decree. I did ring them after six weeks they didn't tell me about my case. What do i need to do ? How long they are taking ? Thankyou

Collaborate Thu 13-Oct-16 08:01:15

when did you issue the petition?

Izahi123 Fri 14-Oct-16 01:53:10

It was in April 2016

Collaborate Fri 14-Oct-16 07:21:58

Manchester don't deal with undefended divorces any more. The North West regional centre is based in Liverpool, so sending it to Manchester will simply have slowed down the whole process. Manchester will deal with any hearings, children, and contested financial hearings ancillary to divorce, but the admin for all undefended divorces is being handled in Liverpool.

See this

I suggest you ring Liverpool to find out.

Izahi123 Fri 14-Oct-16 09:31:16

I will, but how long does it be taking for it ? For decree nisi ?

Collaborate Sat 15-Oct-16 09:14:16

you should normally hear within around 4-6 weeks, but it might have got delayed because you sent it to the wrong court.

Izahi123 Sun 16-Oct-16 03:02:22

The 8 week have started, i did ring court before they said, they have backlog of 300 cases and that is why uts still in que but i want to know how long my case is going to take? I have written a chasing letter and it been more than a week no reply 😶

Collaborate Sun 16-Oct-16 23:57:27

that's not unusual.

Izahi123 Mon 17-Oct-16 16:56:47

Okay! Thankyou so much. So how long i shall wait more without being worried ?

Familylawsolicitor Wed 19-Oct-16 22:42:20

Wait another couple of weeks, more than 8 weeks is perfectly normal at the moment.

Izahi123 Thu 20-Oct-16 18:17:17

Okay. Thankyou so much. I will try ringing them in nov then ?

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