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04 May 21 #516618 by Brenda29
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Hi,
my ex husband is the petitioner, neither of us have a solicitor, I have asked him by email when and how he wants to exchange form E but he said we don't have to agree on an exchange date and that I should send mine whenever I want....my question is, should I just send him mine without knowing if he is sending his? The deadline is almost upon us on the 7th May 21.
Thanks in advance for any answers.
Karen.

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05 May 21 - 05 May 21 #516624 by wikivorce team
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As a general rule - yes - you should send yours on or before the deadline whatever he does. If it gets to the first appointment and he has not sent you his or sent it very late you can raise it with the judge.

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05 May 21 #516625 by hadenoughnow
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You should file at the court on or before the date specified but should exchange with the other side by mutual agreement. Refer him to the Notice of First Appointment that sets this out.

You can exchange by post or online.

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