Hi thanks for your reply. So yes we are updated the previous form E we exchanged. But im sure my solicitor said we need to exchange the form e again as that's the date the court will give that will.be that date we have to make the exchange for forms e. But maybe im so.confused .
Hi thank you for your reply. So as my solicitor as advised me to update the current documentation and lost out anything that has changed since we last exchanged the forms e. For example i bought a new car worth 5thousand pounds then this would have to be shown. We are updating the documents so does this mean we will have to go through the exchange of forms e again. Or can we just sign it and show the court this is what we have in our possession and other party doesn't agree to sign the Clean Break. My ex solicitor stated we will not go through courts we will not make a claim for finances apart from the childmaintanance payments in paying. At the moment my solicitor has not yet herd of anything from the courts the application was submitted to the courts 7 weeks back.
Hi I have now submitted all my documents to the court through my solicitor. we are awaiting my ex to submit her documents if she decides to do it. I ahve asked my solicitor what will happen if she does not decide to submit her documents? will the court make the Clean Break order on my documents or will they give her more time to submit her docs?
also even though i dont have any current assets I dont know still feel worried on what the court will decide maybe ask me to make a lump sum payment to her even though im paying a high childmaintenance payment each month.
The Court will make an order based upon the finances therefore if you have no money you will not be ordered to make a payment.
In relation to child maintenance that is determined by the CMS rather than the court so those payments will be dealt with independently.
If your ex fails to respond the court would normally allow further time to comply but ultimately the matter becomes more serious and can end up with imprisonment for a party that fails to comply with the court.