Dating during decree nisi of divorce
In divorce cases, a decree nisi is issued by the court to tell the parties that they have to wait a certain period of time before making their divorce final.This is to allow time for anyone who objects to the divorce to tell the court why they object.
the decree takes effect unless the party shows that it should not).
The timescale to complete the process differs from case to case.
Separate but related issues arising from divorce that need to be resolved often include practical arrangements for the care of any children and future financial arrangements between the couple concerned.
Care needs to be taken before signing any document as this could be relied upon if a divorce takes place at a later date.
If you have both received legal advice, the court would prefer not to overturn the agreement at a later date provided that you had both been honest and there has not been any change in your circumstances. This is not so common but could be considered when there are religious objections to divorce.