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Matrimonial and Divorce Form

Full Name (required):

Address:

Postcode:

Your Email:

Re-type Email Address:

Home Telephone:

Work Telephone:

Mobile Telephone:

Date of Birth:

National Insurance:

Tax Code:

Occupation, if any:

Ethnic Origin:

Nationality:

If you are not British, how long have you lived in this country? Year Months

If you are British but are not resident in the UK, how long have you lived in the country in which you now reside? Year Months

Spouse Details

Full Name (required):

Address:

Postcode:

Spouse is your:
HusbandWife

Date of Birth:

Occupation, if any:

Nationality:

Solicitors Name (if known):

Solicitors Address:

Postcode:

Marriage Details

Date of Marriage:

Place:

Certificate Details:
To be supplied laterTo be obtained by Beck Solicitors (at a cost of 10)

Did you live with your spouse before marriage?
YesNo

If you did live with your spouse before marriage, how long did you live together? Year Months

Co-Respondent

Co-Respondent
YesNo

Children

Children
YesNo

Matrimonial Home

Type of Home:
Detached HouseSemi-Detached HouseBungalowFlat

Number of Bedrooms:

Tick if it has any of the following:
LoungeDining RoomKitchenGarden

Is the Home Occupied by:
YouSpouseChildrenOthers

If Others, specify who

Is the Home:
OwnedRentedCouncil

Is the Home in:
Joint NamesYour NameYour Spouse's NameOthers Name

If Other Name, specify who:

Date of Purchase:

Current Estimate Value of the Family Home:

Amount Owing on Mortgage:

Amount Owning on Other Mortgages:

Building Society/Bank Name & Address:

Postcode:

Mortgage Account Number:

Number of Endowment Policies Supporting the Mortgage:

Name of Company:

Details of Value:

Contribution by you/spouse towards the purchase of the property:

Date you/spouse left:

Last Address of Living Together:

Postcode:

Are you and your spouse sharing a bedroom?
YesNo

Are you having sexual relations together?
YesNo

Is either spouse carrying out housework or other tasks with another person?
YesNo

Do you or your spouse intend to marry or cohabit with another person?
YesNo

Since you separated, have there been attempts at reconciliation?
YesNo

If there have been attempts at reconciliation, state dates of such attempts and duration:

Behaviour Petition

If you are considering a divorce on the grounds of your spouse's behaviour, please give a brief statement containing details of the behaviour, with dates, if possible (Please see our list of types of behaviour sufficient to grant a divorce):

Examples of Unreasonable Behaviour in Divorce

1. One or other party not agreeing to socialise together
2. Lack of affection by one party
3. Lack of physical relationship between the parties (specific examples required)
4. Overbearing/unreasonable behaviour by one or other party
5. One party belittling/berating the other for their achievements or lack of
6. Constant criticism by one party to the other over trivial issues
7. Unequal share of responsibility for child rearing/household duties
8. Insulting or belittling comments by one party to the other
9. Constant rows over trivial issues when one or other party refuses to speak to the other for days and ignores their presence within the house
10. Sulkiness/bad temper creating a poisonous atmosphere which communicates itself to the children
11. Unreasonable/unrealistic expectations by one party of the other
12. Anger management problems by one or other party
13. Jealousy demonstrated by one or other party in social circumstances. One party causing problems at social gatherings making it difficult for the family to socialise.
14. Unfounded suspicions of adultery, accusations thereof.
15. Unfounded and unreasonable levels of jealousy shown by one party to the other (specific examples required)
16. Money issues. Examples of one party being “controlling” over finances and/or secretive within the relationship about finances.
17. One party (normally the financially dominant party) maintaining tight/unreasonable financial control over the other and using finances as a means of bullying
18. Habitual drunkenness or violence
19. Financial extravagance by one party or another – living beyond their means
20. Devoting too much time to a career
21. Having no common interests or pursuing a separate social life

Financial Information

DETAILS OF YOUR INCOME FROM ALL SOURCES:

Your Gross Income:
/per month

Your Net Income:
/per month

If Part Time, please state the hours you work:

Please indicate whether the above includes any overtime:
YesNo

If the above includes overtime, is it regularly available:
YesNo

DETAILS OF ANY STATE BENEFITS YOU ARE RECEIVING
Type of Benefit:
Do you Receive it?
Benefit Reference:
Amount:
Working Families Tax Credit:
YesNo
Children's Tax Credit:
YesNo
Child Benefit:
YesNo
Housing Benefit:
YesNo
State Pension:
YesNo
Other (specify):

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