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Judges Guidelines for Final Hearing?

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09 Jul 12 #342115 by QPRanger
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Hi

I''m sure I have seen somewhere on here a list of guidelines that the Judge should follow when making his decisions at the Final Hearing.

Anyone point me in the right direction please?? If I''m mistaken any idea where on the Net I would find these?

I am trying to prepare my appeal and believe that the Judge failed to take most of these guidelines into consideration....

Thanks!

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09 Jul 12 #342117 by dukey
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Google "presidents family bench book guide" it is in the library but the link is broken.

Before you appeal you should really talk to a lawyer who has experience with this, before you can be ok doing this you need to show.

The judge made a perverse order (unfair)

The judge made an error in law

Material none disclosure from the other side that would have changed the judgement

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09 Jul 12 #342138 by QPRanger
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Thanks Dukey.

As in the post I made earlier in the ''solicitors'' section I have lost all faith in my solicitor based on performace so far I''m afraid....

I strongly believe the Judge failed in all three areas that you have highlighted: his decisions were not based on fact, rather his personal views. I feel he pre-judged the whole matter. He also prompted my ex to say she wanted the house, even though she had already said under oath that she had not paid the mortgage as she expected to have to rent a property and put the house up for sale...she has now been told she can stay in the house and was probably as shocked as I was.....

And this is just the tip of the iceberg...

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