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Questionnaire, etc received. What happens next?

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29 Oct 17 #497245 by MJay
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Hi

I've received my ex's questionnaire, statement of issues and chronology but what happens next? Will the judge instruct us which questions need to be answered or is that decided at the hearing?

Also, his documents still contact numerous errors of fact - he states my income is net not gross, mistakes on Chronology, claims that money was moved from a joint account into a personal account when it went into a joint savings account. How do I make the judge aware of these errors?

Hearing is on 7th November.

Thanks

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29 Oct 17 #497246 by MJay
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Sorry 'contain' not contact!

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30 Oct 17 #497258 by hadenoughnow
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If there are some dead simple questions you could provide a list of answers to those at FDA. The judge will strike out any questions that are not appropriate. You can ask for some to be removed.

If there is stuff missing and clear errors, you could list these in a schedule of deficiencies that you give to the court. This could include evidence to support assertions he has made ie copies of bank statements to show where money was paid. This makes it easier for the judge to make an order.

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