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Petitioner Denies Cohabitation on Form E?

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16 Feb 11 #252117 by ozzie1
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Good morning All,

My first appointment was on Monday 14th Feb, what a wonderful day for it????? These courts do have a sense of humour!

Following my early intervention of informing the Petitioners solicitor that I had written evidence, they did not contest my claim that cohabitation was taking place for the past 4 years and full details of her partner has to be made to me, so a result......

Question please.....

How can I make that information work to my best advantage when trying to secure the house for myself and my dependant son?

Many Thanks for everyones input previously.

Regards Ozzie

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14 May 20 #512419 by Melliemcch
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Hello all!
My ex husband lied in his form E and stated that he wasn't co habitating. But was living with his gf who was a few months pregnant at the time. Can I do anything about that now we've recieved our absolute?

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15 May 20 #512422 by WYSPECIAL
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Was he cohabiting at the time he did the form E?

What proof is there?

Why didn't you question it at the time?

Would it be likely to make any difference to the outcome?

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