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Author: Pandy83 Subject: DIY Divorce
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posted on 01-19-2012 at 13:56 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
DIY Divorce

Hi, new to this site, hoping for some advise.

I am in the RAF and while away on detachment I found out my wife was cheating and planning on leaving me. She moved out of my married quarter and in with her boyfriend back in September and as I have recently come back I'm now looking to start divorce proceedings.

We don't have any kids or a house, I have my car with a lot of finance still on it but as its in my name I'm told she has no liability on it, since leaving me she has been getting into a lot of debt such as getting a new car on finance which is why I want to push on with the divorce.

I have done a bit of research and think I should be able to do most of the divorve myself, am a bit concerned about putting the correct wording on the divorce petition and what information I need to include? She has taken want she wanted from my house and she doesn't want anything else from me and I don't want anything from her and she has said she won't defend the divorce. Is it feasible to do all the paperwork myself or forking out for a solicitor a better idea? Are the online divorce services any good?

Any help would be appricated.
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