He is a very
stupid person. If you both deny adultery (which seems likely), then his divorce
petition will fail.
The family law
protocol says that a co-respondent should not be named, unless the petitioner
is applying for costs against both respondent and co-respondent.
In addition, it
will increase his costs because all documentation has to be served on both
parties and you may simply choose to ignore it, which then needs an application
to court to dispense with service on you.
It seems unlikely
that he has a solicitor who would have strongly advised him against this.
proceedings are not public domain and unless you are a film star or footballer,
this is unlikely to make the press, or be of any other interest to anybody.
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