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17 Jul 20 - 17 Jul 20 #513321 by jackjones90
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Good Evening,

Married for 7 years
We have two children
We share the house but at different times with the children 50/50
House has sold (in progress)
I earn 60k
ex earns about 35k

I and My ex has been separated for almost 18 months now, we have two children, the house has sold though the ex is just dragging everything out, I don't have a solicitor, I have done this all on my own which has been mentally draining for me.

I am in the process of ping-ponging emails with my ex's solicitor, we exchanged form E's a few weeks ago but her solicitor then came back and said please declare all accounts and assets. I have declared everything!

They are now saying they will be sending over a questionnaire based on my form E, i have also sent over three offers to my ex but all have been rejected.

What sort of questions will be in a questionnaire?
Last edit: 17 Jul 20 by jackjones90.

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18 Jul 20 #513322 by hadenoughnow
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The questions should be aimed at clarification of financial disclosure. There may be e.g. queries about large transactions shown on bank statements, costs of meeting needs, missing paperwork etc.

You are at liberty to ask questions about her disclosure if anything needs to be queried.

Until full financial disclosure is complete, a solicitor would be unlikely to advise on a final settlement.


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