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Final Hearing in Ancillary Relief

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22 Mar 12 #319594 by sunday lunch
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Just to update you my final hearing is still on going, I had 2days in Jan, will have one day next week and 4days in May in total going to be 7days. is that usual?

Please advice re case laws, where I can find recent ones, how can I make successful arguments that pensions should be shared as to the point of now and not at separation which was more 5 years ago.

Thank in advance.

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22 Mar 12 #319600 by survive
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Hi, I have never heard of ''an ongoing'' final hearing. But then I''m no expert. With regards to case law, there is a wealth of information on the wiki library. If you are self repping though, it may be wise to ''undertsand'' the case law but not get into some legal wrangling over it. It may prove hard to take on a barrister and judge with regards to case law and you wouldn''t want them to think you were trying to be a lawyer or they may just treat you as such and expect you to know things you don''t.

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07 Apr 12 #322152 by soulruler
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Are you a multi millionaire? I remember your name but can''t remember your case. 7 days suggests that there are alot of assets and a lot of financial matters to finalis.

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