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Well I guess that is ok then. I suppose the fack that it costs me a shed load of money every time she postpones because she is not ready is ok. I mean it is a recession, where else are hard up solicitors going to get there next Merc.
Why does the hearing need to be postponed? So what if she is dragging her heels?
Very good point. Every £100 spend on unnecessary legal fees is a £100 not spent on my kids plus a £100 nearer my bankrupsy.
I've no direct experience of this so may be wrong, but shouldn't the emphasis be on the damage to the child's welfare caused by this repeated breach of the 'no delay' principle rather than the cost to the other litigant?