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Can't make sense of it....

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05 Mar 08 #15852 by scottishlady
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I have just returned from a meeting with my sol..... where we had to go through my 'statement of issues'.... and my 'questionaire' re my STBX's financial disclosure.... and these were 'ordered' to be served and filed by 10th March.... sounds simple enough...
However.... when I arrived at her office, she informed me that my STBX still hadn't supplied the bank statements that the court had ordered be filed and served by last week....

But..... we were still to send the questionaire and statement of issues, because we had been 'ordered' to do so...
Now....I pointed out to her that without his bank statements, how could we possibly put together a questionaire... she said we still had to, with what we had so far....

Now, I have no problem whatsoever doing what I'm supposed to, by whatever date is ordered.... my STBX has had something like 4 months to 'supply' this documentation.... but it seems to me that he can basically delay the proceedings without any repercussions whatsoever....

it just doesn't make sense!!!!:(

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06 Mar 08 #15937 by Vail
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Hi Scottish Lady!

All you can do is prepare your questionnaire on the basis of information received and comment on it that you reserve the right to ask further questions subject to the answers received and the supply of information directed by the court in the court order dated Xth Whateverary 200X not yet received from your husband.

The only thing you gain by sticking to the court dates, no matter how stupid it seems, is that at the Final Hearing you can say that you have complied with ALL court directions. If you don't comply with just one you'll be lumped in with your husband as a 'baddy'.

Long live the goodies!

Good luck!

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06 Mar 08 #15957 by loobyloo
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Scottish lady
I to have complied to all dates hearings and documentation, and yes you guess my x2b has not, he has lied,withheld and failed to supply and he has thus far got away with it
I have fh 21/22/april and just paid out 3.5k for barrister so justice bloody well will be done even if I end up doing it personally !!
Chin up you are not alone
love looby

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