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she is getting away wth lies

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04 Dec 07 #8421 by pensioner
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i am using solictors but they will only go by the book. which i agree with. but my wife has so far lied about everything on the form E and at the fdr and maost other court hearing. also in most correspondence. the final hearing is due mid feb but have a round table next week. hate to say that if i goes to FH she will get away with fraud. the problem we have is that she has opend various crdit cards and bank acounts using the net in her brother and sisters name. they are a nun and priest the problem is that the accounts are not in her name and therefor protected by the data proction act. thre are over 2000 in her finacial dealing and most is incomplete as she keeps geting away with what she has to disclose. due to weak / uninterested judges. is there a way of getting full discloser of these accounts:(

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12 Dec 07 #8914 by DownButNotOut
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You need to show some evidence of her moving money into these accounts, e.g. via bank transfer/cheque from an account that is in her name.

You need more than suspicion.

Get hold of as much actual paper evidence pointing to money being moved as possible.

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