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I hadn't considered asking him to write a supporting statement as he has already read my petition and then signed it, I figured that as he wasn't contesting it that would be enough. It was never requested to get him to admit in writing.
Yes, he did.
No, I discovered the details of a fling, which he admitted on 23rd September 2010.
I moved out on January 3rd 2011, we discussed the possibility of getting back together, which I hesitantly agreed to whilst still living separately, but within a couple of weeks of this he admitted that as soon as I left him, he had sex with another woman, at which point I drew the line.
It was when we discussed divorce in June 2011 that he admitted to 2 further occasions of having had sex with other women whilst we were together. The first was an affair with a secretary which I had suspected but never had any proof. The other was with another woman on a one night stand.
All three events were documented and although he wasn't pleased at how that made him look, he didn't contest this.
I'm living in Gibraltar at the minute and all of my paper work is in Hull, so I can't give an exact date. However I think the rough estimate for the petition would have been July 2010
No, sorry to clarify, I petitioned in July 2011
I named all three incidences that occurred whilst we were married. I specified the dates they happened and the location. I then added when I had found out, when I moved out and the current situation ie that he now lives with another woman and I live in Gibraltar to reiterate that it was completely and irretrievably broken down.
I found out about one affair in September 2010, which I informed them of. I moved out on the 3rd January 2011 which I informed them of and the two further affairs that took place whilst we were married I discovered after we had split and living apart.
sorry, off of the top of my head no. I know that initially I used very clear bullet points stating facts such as
1. affair took place at ...date
2. discovered affair on sep 23 2010
3. moved out 3rd jan 2011
4. discovered further affair ...date
I then when submitting further evidence was a lot more subjective, describing in detail, my suspicions, what led to the discovery of the affiar, how that felt, what had happened since then right down to the current situation.
sorry but all of my stuff is in storage and I won't be able to get anyone to gain access to it.
Could you perhaps give me an example of how the wording should go? Or a clarification as to how it should be structured?
I am contacting the courts to see what I can arrange.