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If I disagree with a timescale on divorce paper work, will

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If I disagree with a timescale on divorce paper work, will it delay the process?

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If you disagree with the time the person has put on the paperwork it would mean that the divorce becomes defended and the court will have to examine whether the reason given by the person applying is truthful. It would therefore make the divorce process slightly longer yes.

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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Thank you. My worry is that my husband has stated that the reason for divorce is that we have had a break down in marriage and have been living apart for 2 years. He has said that because he knows that 2 years is one of the options for divorce. I would like the reason to be adultery. We have been liveing apart for 21 months. Should I leave it as saying 2 years?

You could leave it as saying you two years. However, you may state in the form that the while you do not object to the divorce you object to the grounds. You may therefore say it is adultery and that the time of separation has been 21 months. The difficulty with alleging adultery is that you will have to prove that he had sexual intercourse with someone else, which is sometimes very difficult to prove.

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