Quickie divorce is not that quick

Thursday July 2, 2009 at 8:38pm

X has surprised me by not filing for a quickie divorce - for some reason.  "ap uk" did leave a comment on my last post that, and quoting them "women do not leave without someone to go to".  In some ways that would make it easier if that was the case - although my emotions are all over the place at present so who knows how I'd feel.

To recap the last few weeks, X has been doing her usual disappearing act and very rarely around.  The children have been with me every weekend and evening for the last 6+ weeks.  I think X has mislaid her maternal genes - although I am not complaining about that.

Being possibly slightly naive, I was waiting to receive something in the post about the quickie divorce that X said she was going to file.  Rather than contact a solicitor in advance, I for some reason hoped that things would change - so I didn't contact any solicitor.

But after the weekend, I'm going to have to.  I've received a letter from her solicitor with a whole load of requests for a whole load of things I don't understand.  From the wording, I've got 10 days (from the time I received it - meaning it took 4 days to get to me) to appoint a solicitor (if I wish), return everything to them - otherwise they will pursue some legal route...

More updates to come.  As always, if you are reading this and have any comments, please leave them as they are read!

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