What can you do if your spouse refuses to sign divorce papers?


Once you have filed your divorce petition, your spouse is required to follow the court rules to file the acknowledgement of service within 8 days of receiving it. But what should you do if they refuse to sign it.

In practice, it does not matter if the acknowledgement of service is filed a bit late with the court. The court won’t do anything about it unless you get in touch with them. The easiest way to go forward will always be for your spouse to file an acknowledgement of service, so it is worth encouraging/pressuring them to do so, even if they are late.

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Is it possible to cancel a marriage?


There are a variety of circumstances that could mean that a marriage is voidable and we go through them below:
In certain circumstances it is possible for a marriage to be annulled, which is a bit like a divorce, but is essentially saying that the marriage was not valid at the time.

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Unreasonable behaviour – What proof do I need?


Less than 1% of people getting divorced will get to a court hearing where they will need to prove to a judge that their other half has committed ‘unreasonable behaviour’.

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What is a Clean Break Order?


Less than 1% of people getting divorced will get to a court hearing where they will need to prove to a judge that their other half has committed ‘unreasonable behaviour’.

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Martin Orders – How are they different from Mesher orders


Less than 1% of people getting divorced will get to a court hearing where they will need to prove to a judge that their other half has committed ‘unreasonable behaviour’.

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What if my Ex won’t sign the Consent Order?


Less than 1% of people getting divorced will get to a court hearing where they will need to prove to a judge that their other half has committed ‘unreasonable behaviour’.

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What is a Mesher Order and how it may help you keep your home


Less than 1% of people getting divorced will get to a court hearing where they will need to prove to a judge that their other half has committed ‘unreasonable behaviour’.

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