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I have received your [husband OR wife]’s sealed acknowledgment of service (Form D10) from the court and I enclose a copy for your information. This confirms that your [husband OR wife] does not oppose the divorce and so it can proceed undefended. I am now in a position to apply for decree nisi, which is the next stage in the divorce proceedings. The importance of decree nisi is that once decree nisi is pronounced, the court can make orders in respect of financial matters ancillary to the divorce. Six weeks and a day after decree nisi is pronounced, you can apply for decree absolute which will end your marriage. In the event that you do not apply for decree absolute your [husband OR wife] can apply for decree absolute after the expiration of three months after the earliest date on which you could have applied. There are financial imp
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