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Form E 2.3 Query

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26 Oct 21 #518001 by sazthefrazzle
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Hi everyone

First time poster here!

I'm filling in form E today (I am a litigant in person) and thankfully my affairs are fairly simple. However, with the bank accounts, I'm stumped over what "total value of your interest in all accounts" means.

Is it the total amount of my interest (as in I own all my own accounts (100%) so 4 accounts would be 400% or is this the £ value of each account.

I'm so confused.
Can you help?

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26 Oct 21 #518002 by seeingawaythrough
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It's basically the total of what you have in the accounts you've listed. If they're all sole accounts then it's the total value of all the accounts.
If any are joint (held 50/50) then your interest in that account woudl be half of the account total. Not sure I've explained that well!

From what you've said I think yours are sole accounts so it's the total of the value of all your bank accounts.

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