Hi1 - It will only be consolidate once you state that his should be dismissed. And show that you have filed first.
2 - If that is not the case and he has filed on adultery, and you deny it, then yes it becomes contested at that point. But unfortunately will not Negate that he filed first and has preference3 - And, yes, that is a correct summation.Please note if you have other questions use the REPLY to EXPERT. Otherwise, please give a positive rating. This will NOT close your question and it will be available for future follow upThank you
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