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How long have you been married, are you still together or separated and if so for how long?
What reason has she given you?
Thank you for that additional information, that will be helpfull in allowing me to advise you today.
If they have been arrested and granted conditional bail, them most likely in a domestic incident the conditions would be not to attend the property and not to have any contact directly or indirectly, that includes calls, texts, emails etc.
If you wife wants a divorce then there is nothing to stop her seeking one. However she would need to satisfy one of the 5 grounds for divorce.
5 Years separation
2 years separation
I would in the situation say only the last option would apply as this can include domestic violence. But the person subject to that violence would be the person seeking the divorce which does not apply, unless she can prove this ground herself.
Of course when you are ready at 8pm, make the call request and that will come to me.
Yes when that finally comes into effect.
The new law will mean that:
Sorry but I cannot help with that as part of this questions it is not a divorce matter.
It would need to be asked as a new question.