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I can confirm that it is the position that the grounds for divorce will not affect the position in relation to matrimonial finances at all.
Behaviour is a factor that can be taken into account in relation to the matrimonial finances, but even that has to be a very high level. There was a case where one spouse 'wrecked' the matrimonial home and effectively reduced its value and that was not considered enough in relation to behaviour.
With a petition on the basis of 2 years rather then 5 years this requires both of your consent. This basically means that the only difference between them is that you could if you wished under a 2 year petition withdraw your consent at any point which would mean that your wife would then have to petition again, perhaps under the 5 year route.
If you are now embarking on resolving the matrimonial finances then you need to consider referring to mediation. This is actually a prerequisite before an application can be made to court in relation to the matrimonial finances.
Google family mediation in your area and give them a call to self refer. Mediation is independent and will try and help you both reach a resolution in relation to the matrimonial finances. They will help you through full and frank disclosure and also discussions about division.
If an agreement can be reached at mediation then this can be prepared into a consent order and submitted to the court when decree absolute is applied for and if approved by the court it will become legally binding. If agreement cannot be reached at mediation then the mediator will sign the form that then allows you to make an application to court.
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