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17 Mar 08 #17027 by Miky
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I am going through a very bitter divorce.My ex wife to be litteraly do not like to see me marrying anybody because she
do not want to see any of the asserts that i accured during the marriage for my current partner to entertain.(I started the affair number of months later than the devorce started.)

Can my wife/her solicitors find out if I do not disclose any of the bank accounts which was opened after the decree naisai but before the E form settlemnt(Final hearing is due on jun 2008

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17 Mar 08 #17035 by Fiona
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Yes, and it'll do you no favours. Part of the divorce process requires "full and frank" disclosure, and moving assets with divorce in mind could leave people open to attack, with settlements being set aside at a later date, penalties being imposed, and considerable legal expense being incurred.

Nobody wants to part with more on divorce than they have to, but disclosing all assets is a requirement of the law. Only a complete numptie would do otherwise.

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