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    Question A quick hello and a question regarding Stat Decs

    Hi all, Eddie here

    Currently my little family consists of V (27yr, M, Army), Darby and Dude (the two dogs) and myself (23, F, Mining). We a tight little unit, even though V is away a lot of the time. Planning babies over the next year or so, watch my family grow! You are a lovely bunch of people here, and I would so love to become apart of this online community

    My question. How do I go about wording a Stat Dec for my family/friends/collegues to acknowledge our relationship? We have been together for quite some time, and are currently pursuing our Defacto status from the ADF before V (we) get posted to NSW.

    Any help is appreciated!

    Eddie

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    Hi Eddie, and welcome to Bubhub.

    We have a section dedicated to parents/partners in the Armed Forces which you may like to check out as well. http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...e-Armed-Forces

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    Hi Eddie,

    If it were me, I would have them write short numbered paragraphs stating facts.. e.g.

    1. I have known Eddie for X years.
    2. I have known V for X years; since he met Eddie in 20XX (or vice-versa)
    3. I am a colleague / friend / the <insert relationship here> (etc) of Eddie (or V if vice-versa).

    And then a paragraph or paragraphs about the personal knowledge of you as a couple, i.e. they've been to your house and know you live together, they helped you move in together in 20XX, etc etc...

    BUT, if it's something really important some professional advice might be better than forum advice, above is just my opinion.

    Good luck!

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    Oh, thank you both heaps!


 

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