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Topic:
Form E Lies regarding assets (2 Posts)
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20 September, 2017 07:53AM
Form E Lies regarding assets
karen9764 - 20 September, 2017 07:53AM
Hubby has claimed on Form E that I have retained his personal assets to the value of 8k.
I know what he is referring to and he knows as well as I do that he took these items with him 10 years ago
when we split up for the first time,plus they were only worth around £1800.00 anyway.
We got back together about 9 months later but he did not bring these items back with him.
They were actually never mentioned again until 6 years later when we separated for good and again recently in Form E.
What can I do regarding his claims.
Re: Form E Lies regarding assets
undlou - 20 September, 2017 08:27AM
You can only be honest. The judge will pick up on lies, they have seen every trick in the book.

I'm sure your husband would need to provide sufficient evidence to prove his case.
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