Hi Claire, no it was not amended, I filed for and got my divorce a couple of years ago, and helped him fill in his petition, but things have changed since my divorce, the first part of the petition seemed fine because his wife was served and she signed the paper saying she did not contest.
Now they do not have any court officers in the local court, whilst I had to swear an affidavit to say that all that I have said is true, he had to sign the form and identify his wife's signature, but like I said he made a mistake and wrote out her full name and not the shortened form which she signed.
Because everything has changed I do not know what he has to do now, I found out most of the information on the government website, but the middle bit is not mentioned in any of the description of the process. The marriage has ended they both want out, and communication has broken so much that they are not even talking to each other about anything.
Does he have to file the petition all over again? Or just amend the form in red and also provide some sort of evidence that she wants the divorce aswell?