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15 Jun 20 #512854 by SUSHY
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I am enquiring on behalf of my daughter. She submitted form E last week, with every piece of
supporting evidence she was asked for. She was advised to check that her Ex (who so far has ignored any request for information) would be handing over his documents to her before she gave him hers. She asked if he had the completed form and documents to give her and he replied that he had. At a pre-arranged time she handed him her bundle - over 100 pages of supporting evidence and he gave her his. He submitted half of his wage slips, which would indicate that he is not actually making enough money to pay his rent and no bank statements, claiming that it is his right under GDPR not to have to disclose them to her. As far as we know the court have the statements but that may not be the case.
Is he right? If so, shouldn't that be mentioned in the information when form E is completed?
Any advice would be helpful. She has to get her next submission to the court by 15/06/20
Thanks in advance

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16 Jun 20 #512869 by hadenoughnow
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If they are in the court process it is the judge to whom he will have to explain his reasons for failure to comply.

The next stage allows her to raise questions about his form E disclosure and anything that is missing or needs clarification.

If she needs help to do this she could call the helpline to see how we may assist.

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