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Perjury who do you report it to

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31 May 12 #334295 by mckene02
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The form E is a declares you can be prosecuted for false statements. It is a joke and insult to put that on the form when it clearly can be proved in court a person has given false statement.

Solicitors and Barristers have a duty to uphold the law and as they have been paid a bountiful fee they are dishonouring the Judicial system by letting these characters get away with it.

Shame on them all and the Bar they have made an oath to.

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31 May 12 #334296 by mckene02
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I 100% agree the Form E is a joke I filled in every nook and cranny and the other party did not declare their worth and yet I came off the one who has been shafted good and proper due to lies by both ex and a family member who made sworn statement which I had proof for the court but still nothing has been done.

Shame on all the legal eagles who do nothing, funny how not many people have responded to my post even a Solicitor or Barrister. Is this corrupt a pandemic of the legla community. Lie Lie and get away with it as you can''t be touched.

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31 May 12 #334309 by AbsentFather
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Certainly the lesson I have learnt from the Family courts is that you gain nothing from telling the truth. Lie, lie and make up false allegations and you will be rewarded.

The best liar wins.

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31 May 12 #334311 by Hacked Off
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Yeah - the best liar wins. When I told my solicitor that ex''s Form E was full of lies he said..''Well, she can be prosecuted.'' Ha Ha.
She also never answered the Questionnaire (cant remember the name of that form), whereas her side requested loads of paperwork and I ended up submitting over 100 pages of tax returns, VAT returns bank statements, etc).

If you do everything by the book, you come off worse. Who said Cheats Never Prosper. They do - big time.

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31 May 12 #334313 by mckene02
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Hate to say it you are so right, I never lied once, and the respondent sat back and lied a pathetic tale which if my solicitor/barrister had done their job they would have been exposed the losers are my children who are living on the poverty line now and likely to lose the roof over their heads.

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31 May 12 #334314 by Hacked Off
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I''m in another relationship now but what I went through has really put me off ever getting married again. I would never have imagined that the lovely sweet girl I married could turn into such a monster so soon after the wedding (8 months before she started cheating)

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31 May 12 #334315 by mckene02
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Bang out of order, how can a case be settled due to non disclosure. As the applicant I was threatened that if I did not settle I could come out worse off and consideirng the non disclosure the judge was definately protecting the guilty party who made sure they shed 37K in redundnacy money, never paid for kids, and kept off work a year so their salary could not be questioned.

Yes liars do prosper nicely and the Courts, Your solicitor have sat back and patted them on the back. It is their duty to report it and it never happens. Shame on the pack of them

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