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"Ex Wife to be" and Form E

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03 Jul 12 #340833 by howtogo
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FDR up in a few days. Ex wife still not answering questions regarding form E omissions and has not divulged what has happened to very large amount of investments cashed.
Can i sue her for fraud in that she did not disclose all assets in form E?
Been told that most people who lie in form E get away with it ???
Grateful for info also if anyone has had similar experiences.

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03 Jul 12 #340836 by NoWhereToTurnl
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Hi howtogo,

Welcome to the false disclosure group!

I was in court last week, filed my form E in court 24/5/12 with ALL attachments and proof requested. Exh exchanged 26/6/12, unsigned, not filed with court, most parts not filled in, multitude of lies and no attachments/proof!

Did the DJ say anything - NO, not a dicky bird, he got off scot free and its not the first time. I have to go to court again now, am I expecting him to comply - NO
am I expecting him to get into trouble - NO

His lies and deceit have paid off for him all the way through but, I was brought up to tell the truth & will continue to do so.

There doesn''t appear to be anything we can do & there are many others on here in the same situation. :(

All the best,
NWTT

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03 Jul 12 #340837 by vivi36
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Hello,

A few days before my hearing I listed a load of bullet points of issues that were bothering me and gave them to my solicitor.

I also made my own ''bundle'' with all my evidence.

You get time with your sol before you go in to court. He asked why I''d done it and I explained and produced evidence.

You will be questioned by her side and vise versa so that will be your oppertunity.

Just make sure it''s highlighted to the Judge by your sol.

My x missed out loads. He got away with it so far as he wasn''t forced to disclose but I''m sure that in the grand scheme it was a consideration with the Judge that he was hiding stuff.

Best of luck with the Hearing.
Spend your time now swatting up.

xx

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03 Jul 12 #340838 by dukey
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Sometimes its the final decision made that counts more than how you got to that point.

People do lie, they do ignore Directions, they slow the process, is it fair, nope, do all judges make them accountable, nope, do most end up with the right decision yes.

So play the long game its the final outcome that matters far more than how you get there.

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03 Jul 12 #340839 by vivi36
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I just read the post previous to mine.

I''d also like to add that each time my x had to pay my costs as he wasn''t complying!
The Judge questioned us as we hadn''t said at the beginning but every time we went into court my x had to pay! including HIS appeal to the Final Hearing!

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03 Jul 12 #340840 by vivi36
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Well said Dukey!

Roll with it concentrate on your own stuff and getting your responses right.

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03 Jul 12 #340857 by jar of hearts
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We are a very large club, the unjustly treated in the divorce court. My stbx even claimed to have spent £20,000 on business clothes and things at his mothers suggestion. In court however he was wearing a 12 year old suit, a threadbare shirt and shoes with holes in the bottom. There were shares missing and goodness only knows what and did he get away with it? Of course, I have to say though that karma can be a b*stard just like him, and there are ways and means of giving it a helping hand. I have a house move, temporary accomodation etc etc to deal with and then I will light the blue touch paper and watch the fireworks fly.

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