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Do I have to tell them?

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27 Mar 12 #320281 by dolly mixture
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I was divorced in April 2011, but the Ancillary Relief part is not settled. In August 2011 I went into partnership and started a business. My ex knows of this and is now demanding to know all the details of the business. As we were already divorced when this started do I have to tell him?

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28 Mar 12 #320479 by jonathancj
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Yes, you do have to disclose. However, there may not be much to disclose at this stage. Obviously there won''t be any accounts yet as less than a year has elapsed.

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