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e got married in April 2007. she had a baby after two year with some one else during a marriage. After that, she had a another baby with some one else during a marriage. now we decide to get divorce. my question is ''WHO WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CHILDREN''. ( i have never agreed to accept these kids with her) she admits that they are her kids with some one else. she put a divorce petition on the base of unreasonable behavior and put a date of last live together on 01/02/2011. and she put in the petition that they are her kids and has nothing to do with me. i sigh and send it back but judge asks her to fill a form of arrangement of children.what she should write on the form about kids? we don't have any property. she might be agree if i ask her to sign some documents. MY Question is, what should i write in children of arrangement form and who will be responsible for children's finance?
i am not named on the birth certificates.
yes, i did (according to petition filled) i did not live with her but she put in petition we live together last on 01/02/2011 which is after two kids was born. can i chat on line with you?
i do not know.
after the children were born.
so you think she should a option 3rd from the form which say:
No agreement has been reached and no application has been made for a maintenance calculation?
Can u help me filling a children of arrangement form? Plz thanksu r online right now. I have filled all this form apart from 3 question. It will take only 5 min to fill it.
Dear jusleen,As i have you sometime before about the arrangement of the children form now have recived two certificate. first let me remind you all this story again,I am respondent, I have received a divorce form (on basses of unreasonable behavior ) from petitioner on last 3 month ago. she mention in the form i left her 2010 which is after the date of one child born. I never accept them they are my children or adopt them. I have signed and sent those form to the court instead of putting in the form they cheated on me to have two baby with someone else. After that, The court asked us to fill a children of arrangement form we fill it and send it back to the court as well. (Basically, she made two children and one was born during the marriage and they both of them are not mine, she had those baby with someone else during a marriage. 1st baby is about 3year old and 2nd is 2year old)
now i have received 1: CERTIFICATE OF ENTITLEMENT TO A DECREE AND 2:CERTIFICATE OF THE PROPOSES OF SECTION 41 OF THE MATRIMONIAL CAUSES ACT 1973.
1: CERTIFICATE OF ENTITLEMENT TO A DECREE IT say in the certificate that, The court certifies that the petitioner has sufficient proved the contents of the petition and is entitled to a decree of divorce on the grounds that the marriage has irretrievably broken down. the facts found proved being the Respondents unreasonable behavior.
2:CERTIFICATE OF THE PROPOSES OF SECTION 41 OF THE MATRIMONIAL CAUSES ACT 1973. it says in certificate that, the court certifies that it is satisfied that there are children of the family, namelyRahbiya hoor ali Girl 28th Nov 2011
Noor masood Girl 27th April 2009
to whom section of the matrimonial causes act 1973 applies but the court does not need to exercise its power under the children act 1989 with respect to any of them nor give any direction under S41 (2) of the matrimonial act 1973.
My question is what is the mean of CERTIFICATE OF ENTITLEMENT TO A DECREE AND CERTIFICATE OF THE PROPOSES OF SECTION 41 OF THE MATRIMONIAL CAUSES ACT 1973.2.what shell i do now to not to pay anything for children ( she put in the first divorce form she dose not want to claim a cost for children) and not to give anything from my property in future as i am planing to make a baby with my girl friend ? (i don't have any property right now)
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