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Hello, My wife started a Divorce on August 29th 2014. I defended myself. The Judge granted the Decree nisi (my wife was an Applicant) on 12th May 2015 . After my wife's solicitors email we both agreed to do Voluntary Mutual disclosure. Before we even clarify the date I received a Letter of the Wrexham Family court - A Notice of the First appointment, Notice of Response To First appointment and Notice of Intention to proceed with an application for a Financial order. Q: Should I apply to the Court with Form A as well? I have to fill in Form E and I have several questions: 1. We both own 50% sharers of a Bulgarian company which has been set regarding the Bulgarian Law. There is a house - an asset of the above mentioned Bulgarian company. Can the Court decide a Property Adjustment Order for a Property which is an asset of a company out of UK? I would like to know do I have to fill info about this property in the Form E ( Section 2.1). Where and what information should I provide to the Court about the Company? 2. I have QROPS Pension in an offshore company abroad. What documents should I provide with Form E? Is the QRPOPS pension a subject of any Pension Order? 3. We both agrreed to do a Voluntary Mutual Disclosure. My wife has been represented by a solisitor. As soon as I engaged a solisitor they ignored any of my solicitor's emails and they went directly to the Court. Is that possible and should I inform the Court? 4. Because I live in Bulgaria, should I attend the First appointment –28th of September? How can I ask the Judge to allow me not to attend and is this good for me? Thank you in advance
No, I have not any assets in the UK.
The property owned by the Company is in Bulgaria.
Just to clarify that I still live in Bulgaria, my wife lives in UK and she started the divorce in UK.
Thank you in advance.
No, I have not any asset in UK.
Yes, the property owned by the company is in Bulgaria.
Just to clarify that I still live in Bulgaria and my ex-wife lives in the UK. She started the divorce in UK.
Thank you iun advance.