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What amendments do you wish to make to the Questionnaire?
What grounds have you each used in your Petition and Cross-Petitions
Do you wish to have the expense and difficulty of defending her Cross-Petition?
What is the overall value of the matrimonial assets?
What other assets are there?
What grounds have they given for needing your passport?
Would you be willing for the divorce to go ahead on the basis of you each divorcing the other?
What is the exact wording of that question?
It potentially possible although rarely wise.
For the most part, it is always better to answer questions however pointless as it shows the court that you do not wish to hide anything and that it is the other side that is unreasonable.
I have reservations about your passport but without seeing the question it is hard to comment fully.
With regard to her extra assets, these can be brought up at a later date - on the witness stand if need be, although jewellery given as gifts within a marriage is often ignored as being capital assets.
Her inheritance is of importance as it is relevant to her ability to meet her own housing needs - you are not likely to be entitled to a share of it I am afraid
I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details
The cheapest way of dealing with the divorce is for matters to go ahead on the basis of the cross-petitions - with each of you divorcing the other.