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Income on Form E and mediation

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28 Sep 21 #517801 by Heatherclarke
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Hello
Can anyone please advise - I am completing form E for the purpose of mediation (not court yet). Stuck with other income - the mortgage and bills (joint names) come out of my bank account as STBXH doesn't earn enough and would be overdrawn every month. He occasionally (not regularly) pays something towards these - do I need to declare these payments he makes towards the joint bills as income?
The form E we are using in mediation - will this be the same form E information used if proceedings go to court? i.e. there are a number of statements I can make in section 4 (other information) but feel that this may be somewhat acrimonious for mediation i.e. I'd like to not go in with all guns blazing for mediation and start off on the wrong foot so would ideally leave it out for mediation but add in for court proceedings if things don't work out at mediation.
I'm guessing this won't be the same information as all the figures would need updating as time went on.
Many thanks

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09 Oct 21 #517875 by hadenoughnow
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This is about your income, not contributions to the household made by him. So things like dividends, part time seasonal work, former employment if your job has changed etc

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