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Form E: Do I need to update it again?

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12 Jul 12 #342824 by Goodtimes1
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Can anyone advise me pls? I completed form E 3 months ago and stbx Form E due any day now.

Can we exchange as it is or does info have to be updated with last few months info and statements?? Or does stbx have to submit Form E dates to coincide with mine?

It cost me a fortune to get it done, due to time with my solicitor so hope there is no more work to do on my side.

Confused!!

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13 Jul 12 #342875 by dukey
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Exchange on the date court gave, if an update is needed then its just a case of adding statements and a letter if there is any change in circumstances.

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13 Jul 12 #342926 by Goodtimes1
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We''re doing voluntary disclosure so there is no court date.

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13 Jul 12 #342927 by dukey
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Then don`t worry about it, its informal nothing more.

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13 Jul 12 #342929 by maisymoos
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You can either exchange it as it is and see if your stbx asks for updates, or simply copy latest statements and provide a summary letter to update the form, I would go for the latter to avoid uneccessary too-ing and fro-ing.

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