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Good morning. I will assist with your question - be aware this is an email not chat service therefore i maybe delayed in replying.
have you made your feelings known before now?
what is the issue please
I telephoned twice as 11 a.m. but there was no answer.
You need to stop her getting the decree absolute while you make an application for a financial order.
As part of the divorce process, if you want to draw line and finances, you need to apply for a financial order:
Which draws a line under the finances of the marriage and prevents either of you coming back to the other, in some years time, asking for more money if circumstances have changed (the lottery?).
It stop spouses coming out of the woodwork, years after the event like this:
here is an article on preventing the decree being made absolute:
and a little more reading:
Delaying the Absolute can put pressure to bring a financial settlement particularly if the other side are looking to get remarried.