Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
What is the exact position at the moment?
Has there been a Decree Absolute?
What financial agreement are you seeking?
My apologies - I meant the Decree Nisi and which of you is the Petitioner.
What are the terms of the financial order you are seeking and what steps have actually been taken to secure it
Who was the Petitioner and when was the Decree nisi granted?
Have you resumed cohabitation in that time?
Have you actually applied for the Decree Absolute?
How long were you living to gether in total - and did you live entirely separately - no joint shopping/cooking/cleaning/washing?
Then I am very sorry but in fact you are going to have to apply to have the previous Decree Nisi revoked and the Petition set aside.
This is because you have resumed co-habitation since the Decree Nisi for more than six months.
It is not enough simply to have separate rooms - to count as continuing to live separately you must live as complete strangers which you have not done.
Once you have gone through the process again they you can simply apply for the Decree Absolute UNLESS you do NOT have to wait for the Finances to be agreed.
In any event once the date of the Decree nisi has been set of no agreement can be reached you simply apply to the court for the financial issues to be resolved by the Court
I am sorry to give such bad news - please ask if you need further details
The starting point is to use a D11
To ask for
1. The Decree Nisis to be revoked
2. The Petition to be dismissed
3.The marriage certificate to be released into the new matter
File that with a new petition based on her Unreasonable Behaviour.
The form is here
The process should take between six and nine months
The starting point for division is 50/50
Then it will be for the court to determine what the outcome should be