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18 Apr 12 #324682 by williamsussex
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my divorce came through in nov 2011
the assets have not been sorted .
my ex will not respond to any letters or forms sent.
she has not made any payments to the joint mortage or bills for the last 4 years.
mortage payments are £1,200 per month
does any one know what forms i need to represent my self in court or any advice .
the assets are approx 50k thru house and 2 defered pensions till 2025

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18 Apr 12 #324695 by TBagpuss
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You will need to make an application to th court on Form A,and th court will then issue an automatic direction ordering you and your ex to each complte a financial statement in form E.

You may wish to familiarise yoursef with form E before you issue the application,to make sure that you can complte and file your Form E on time (you might, for instance, want to ask your pension companies to provide the relevent inforamtion about your pensions now, as this can take up to 3 months to be provided in some cases, particularly if the pension is a public service one)

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