Form

Form D13B: Ask the court to dispense with service in divorce or legal separation proceedings

Ask the court to proceed with your divorce, dissolution, nullity or (judicial) separation proceedings even though the respondent could not be served with the papers.

Documents

Statement in support to dispense with service of the divorce dissolution nullity (judicial) separation petition on the Respondent

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Affidafid i gefnogi cais i hepgor cyflwyno'r ddeiseb ysgaru / diddymu / dirymu / ymwahaniad (cyfreithiol) i'r Atebydd / Affidavit in support of a request to dispense with service of the divorce / dissolution / nullity / (judicial) separation petition on t

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Details

A court will only dispense with service if satisfied that you’ve made all reasonable enquiries to find your ex-partner and serve them with the papers.

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Published 1 April 2012