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15 May 12 #330774 by sim5355
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hi i have just received form E from ex he has failed to mention a £15000 endowment policy. also has put bank debts at -£6000 and yet in 9 months took out£ 12200 in cash but only deposited £3000 in account to pay bills the rest seems to have disappered.also 62 bank statements are missing .no mention of 3 cars he owns .what will the judge think of this is it common.

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15 May 12 #330777 by Lostboy67
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Was this a sworn form E or a volentary one ? My understanding is that once you have the form E you can raise questions relating to its content.

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15 May 12 #330779 by sim5355
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yes it was sworn and yes i will be raising questions but just wanted to know weather this was common and what the judge might think of it

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15 May 12 #330781 by Lostboy67
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I don''t know how common it is but its not a smart move, if it can be shown that he has lied on the form E it casts doubt on anything he says. The judge is unlikley to be impressed at the imaginitive ways he has used to hide money.

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15 May 12 #330786 by sim5355
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thankyou i thought that

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17 May 12 #331174 by Tirov
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Did you ex have a pension when you divorced?
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17 May 12 #331183 by vivi36
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I''m not sure of the relevence of Tirov''s question....

It is common Simm. Your job now is to highlight the errors. You can ask questions but he is under no obligation to answer them unless ordered to do so by the Judge.
We swapped qusetions and I answered them all before I was ordered to to show the Judge that I had nothing to hide.
So work your way through the form and section by section ask your questions. I did that then narrowed it down to the real burning questions (you don''t want to nit pick too much) and try and ask ones that you know the answer to and if possible can back yourself up. If you can''t your sol won''t be interested.

Good luck with it

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