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I see you have been working with my colleague and still require a response.
Are you asking about getting a divorce or how the property can be split between you?
Thank you for your opinion. I understand a court case can be expensive, however I also understand that 90 percent of cases are settled well before a court hearing.
You are very welcome and thank you for using my services.
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I gave a poor rating because it was not at all clear the connection between moving out of the house and getting a divorce. Then you made it sound as if I had no choice and sit in the house because a court case would cost a fortune.
If you can elaborate and make it clearer as to the actions and reasonings for the choices, I am happy to give a better rating.
There seems to be a push to get a divorce. In fact the other side said they would never be the one to get the divorce.
Not really. The above is something most people already know. What I would like you to explain better was your statement: "If she does not want the court to decide she should also wait on the divorce till she gets the property settlement." Why?
Not really. Your first statement sounded as if you would avoid a court matter by waiting to get a divorce. Yet,from what you wrote above, it just sounds like getting a divorce will mean you probably still need to file a court application but you only get 12 months after the divorce to do it. Is that it, or is there more to it?
Well, that information was not made clear before.I have more questions as a result of your reply, but I am happy to give you a rating because it
has taken a lot of effort on your part and mine to get this answer.
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