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29 Dec 07 #9685 by bobadob
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If I can prove that certain paperwork filed by my ex-wife as part of her full and frank financial disclore which she uses to justify her debt, is in fact fraudulant and untrue, what should i do?
My solicitor appears reluctant to help me investigate and is happy just to go through the motions. I get the impression they dont want the hassle.
As the ancillary application is still ongoing, can anyone also advise if its ok for me to be sending some of the paerwork filed by my ex to external organisations?

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29 Dec 07 #9686 by topaz
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I would ask first is it a marital debt or personal debt she is disclosing.I understood and was told the reason for a personal debt is just that..personal and it's purpose is not relevent as it is her debt..If claimed as a marital debt then I believe you can question the information supplied.I also understood that documents supplied with E form by the other party were'nt meant to be passed onto other outside parties, perhaps I'm wrong, check with your sol to be sure.

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29 Dec 07 #9688 by bobadob
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The other side has provided docs relating to a debt that she accrued after we seperated because she claims she needed money for food, shelter and clothes. I dont know if you would class that as a marital or personal debt.
To me, its just a dishonest attempt to paint a picture of misery and severe hardship with the intention to obtain more money.

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29 Dec 07 #9690 by Specialdad
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Swearing false information on oath is a perjury offence punishable by a fine and/or a prison sentence so it is advisable both you and your ex are honest in any disclosure.

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