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Ex hasn't filled out Form E completely!

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21 Sep 20 #514158 by littleproblems
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Hi all,

I'm sure that this topic has been discussed before many times but just for my sake if someone could shed a little light?

My ex and I have just 'swapped' form Es, mine was full of the necessary info and filled out correctly. His was sparse with hardly anything in it, an obvious attempt to slow things down and annoy me. Thing is I know that there are many things that are missing from his Form and I would like all of this information in order to make informed decisions...where do I go from here?
I am representing myself (and I don't think my ex will have a solicitor to represent himself) but I am getting advice from a solicitor as and when I need it - I'm in the process of setting a date to discuss the First Appointment but I wondered if anyone here knows the process from now.

Will the judge look at this as wasting time? Will he be ordered to fill it out completely?

Many thanks

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22 Sep 20 #514168 by hadenoughnow
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After Forms E are exchanged you need tp prepare a questionnaire, chronology and statement of issues. These need to be filed with the court and served on the other side. The judge at FDA will order that the questions are answered.

If the form E is incomplete you should put a note at the top of the questionnaire to this effect and state tgst you reserve tge right to raise further questions.

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19 Oct 20 #514519 by Stymied
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I have a similar question. My ex and i exchanged form E voluntarily several months ago. I asked questions but never really got replies. Ex then started court proceedings and we had to exchange form e’s today as well as lodging a copy with the court.

My exes new form E does not include a years worth of bank statements, just a couple of months. Am i allowed to add the statements from the last form E or should he have included them again with this one?

Thanks.

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