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19 Apr 2011 21:26 #264066 by moretolifexx
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my partner has to go to another Directions hearing hes had a letter to say the applicant ...his wife ...must provide the court with all proposals and responses by may 18th does my partner have to put anything in writing. they cant agree their finances has shes after half of everything but isnt budging on anything herself shes after compensation money from a injury he got at work that he asnt even been awarded yet, he says no chance of him co-operating with her solicitors to give info. what so ever .should he put pen to paper and say his bit about everything hes self representing she has a solicitor x

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20 Apr 2011 09:30 #264099 by TBagpuss
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It sounds as though the court has directed that she (her solicitors) produce a summary lof the offers which have been made, up to now, by each party.

If this is so, this would include them setting out any proposals he has made, so it would not be necessary for him to put anything in writing although of coruse if he feels that the summary which her solicitor produices is inaccurate he would be able to respond to it if he wishes.

I am a bit concerned that he's saying there is no changce of his cooperating with her solicitors to give information. He has an ongoing duty to provide full & frank disclosure, so if he refuses to cooperate and to provide infoarmation whichis relvent and yes, like it or not, his PI claim is relevent) then he is likely to cause further delays and make it harder to reach a settlement.

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20 Apr 2011 11:41 #264132 by moretolifexx
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hes waiting for a injury claim to be settled he has sent a copy of medical reports from the consultant and a copy of the letter recieved recently from his injury claim solicitor which states that no moneys have been offered theres no indication of any amount expected atall and the case is ongoing . but she keeps ranting down the phone that he my partner told her a year ago he would get 100,000 for his knee injury which he says shes totaly lost it and he asnt a clueas to when it will be sorted or when an amount will be offered .he has said he would no matter what he gets awarded will give both his daughters 1,000 each to help there uni education but will not give her anything has she has a good job he signed the family home over to her on request.and she wants half his pension he retires in 3 years she is 40 .

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20 Apr 2011 11:47 #264133 by moretolifexx
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she after a row moved out of the family home and unknown to my partner went to a premier inn with the 16 year old daughter during the last 3 weeks together and is now claiming for 500 from him that she had to pay to stay there she said he threatened to burn down the house with her in it n thats why she left. this is a total lie he would not risk his career of 23 years as a police officer by doing that this is the type of thing we are coping with

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