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Can you clarify - you agree that the marriage has broken down and you also agree to the divorce - but you don't feel that the contents of the petition are true?
What response did you give and what has he now done to update this (copies of documents would help here)?
Thank you - what are the issues that you have with the contents of the petition?
Has he asked you to pay the costs of this or not?
Thanks for your patience.
The box ticking the financial order is just an indication that finance s need to be considered, even if this is just an order stating that there are no further financial ties between you. It's not unusual for a clean break financial order to be worked out even with no assets, as this protects both of you from a future claim from your ex.
If you are at the stage where you can still contest the divorce, you could approach him and say that you will not do so on the basis that he pays the fee or that the fees are shared, for example. The reality is that the contents fo the petition have next to no impact in the financial settlement and you have no assets to divide anyway. The divorce 'record' doesn't record why the divorce was granted, so challenging things in the petition that are false is really a waste of time and money, given that the reasons are not recorded anywhere. The contents of the petition are not a matter of public record.
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