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20 Apr 10 #199527 by martin mclardy
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Hi my case with my daughter goes to proof ( I,m in Scotland) and I was hoping that someone ells who had been through it would be able to give me some sort of idea of what to expect.

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20 Apr 10 #199549 by Elle
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martin,

A Proof (final hearing) will deal with all matters between the parties as agreed and any outstanding. Depending on the matters outstanding, their quantity and what evidence/witnesses) to be led will determine procedure and approximate time set aside for the Proof.

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20 Apr 10 #199552 by martin mclardy
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Hi thanks for your reply.
Does it strictly involve only matters from when I first took my x to court or ( hopefully) does it go deeper than that?. Just how much can I bring up?
Much obliged
Martin

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20 Apr 10 #199556 by Elle
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All matters to be addressed should be notified to all parties prior to the Proof, some unforeseen matters can crop up, however attempts to introduce last minute productions is generally frowned upon.

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