I have exchanged questionnaires with ex and have prepared my replies to his question and was due to send today.
1. Today he has now sent me more questions, do I have to answer those too.
2. He has asked for two years worth of my accounts for my business but on E form it says one and I have provided them. Do I have to give him the two years worth??
3. He has sent in a letter that on my facebook I have made commented about him, I have not, but would this be brought up in court, I dont know how he has been on my account he is blocked along with his family?
Unless you are aiming for the first hearing to be FDR at which settlement may be reached, you don't need to answer the questions until you are ordered to by the judge. You can object to some of the questions and if the judge agrees, they may be struck out.
It is fairly standard to provide end of year accounts going back two years. Is there a rease you don't want to do this? If it is a ltd company they are in the public domain anyway.
If you have not made comments about him on social media, you have nothing to be concerned about. This would only be relevant to financial settlement if you have shared confidential documents.
If you are not in the court process and are seeking to avoid it, it is in your interests to give as much clarification as you can.