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Harry Sacks

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People still have doubts about the divorce/changing his or her mind/still hopeful of a reunion or are not happy with the financial details?

Delaying the Decree Absolute: another look at Miller Smith v Miller Smith

http://www.marilynstowe.co.uk/2010/04/19/delaying-the-decree-absolute-another-look-at-miller-smith-v-miller-smith/

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No contest there.

Do you want to share your story with us? You know you want to.

Then The Bolton Fury can throw in some juvenile innuendo and I will patronise you about Emotional Intelligence and the whole Life Lessons thing.

At some point CCC will jump in and offer to shag your ex - if he has not done so already :blink:

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Do you want to share your story with us? You know you want to.

Then The Bolton Fury can throw in some juvenile innuendo and I will patronise you about Emotional Intelligence and the whole Life Lessons thing.

At some point CCC will jump in and offer to shag your ex - if he has not done so already :blink:

No, not really. It's very boring, better suited to Jeremy Kyle rather than an audience capable of critical thought.

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No.

Delaying the process to get to decree nisi is very common, but to adjourn the hearing which, from what a can gleen, is a court formality in an uncontested case, seems odd.

Back to our original responses - either having second thoughts, still in love and/or not happy with the settlement.

Your ex - I assume it is your ex - either is having doubts about splitting up with you or is not happy with the settlement re cash, house, debts. Perhaps there is a girlie friend whispering in your ear? There usually is.

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Dom

1. I think the 'I've got a friend...' and asking a question, never works.

2. To delay that part of the process as TMT says, seems to indicate the other party is trying to buy time to make a reconciliation.

But i know nothing.

1. Yes. However, although I was armed with that knowledge I still couldn't resist the futility of asking.

2. She has asked me to take her back, but seeing as she's just had another man's child and we only split one year ago, it's a ridiculous notion.

3. I am happier than ever before in my life.

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1. Yes. However, although I was armed with that knowledge I still couldn't resist the futility of asking.

2. She has asked me to take her back, but seeing as she's just had another man's child and we only split one year ago, it's a ridiculous notion.

3. I am happier than ever before in my life.

Best of luck :)

Have to ask - what has happened to the other man? Where is he in all of this?

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Best of luck :)

Have to ask - what has happened to the other man? Where is he in all of this?

Oh, still around. They're both shacked-up together in his parents house with two of my kids. My eldest daughter is living with me because she was "too much trouble". She's seven!

Anyway, social services are encouraging me to apply for permanent residency. I think that alone speaks volumes about her character and parenting "skills".

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