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Form E Financial Settlement

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  • Form E Financial Settlement

    Good evening,

    Last Friday I had the first appointment where I had to produce a fully completed form E. I informed the court at the time of recieving the order that I was unable to complete the form fully because of oustanding financial matters out of my control. My wifes solicitor tried to get the judge to issue a penal notice which he did not do this time but he was very particular that I must give all the information as requested. He has threatened a penal notice if I do not complete the document correctly within 14 days.

    Form E 4.6 States" If you have subsequently married or formed a civil partnership (or intend to) or are living with another person(or intend to), give brief details, so far as they are known to you, of his or her income assets and liabilities.

    My new partner who I have lived with for a year has a salary but is also a equal partner in a limited company do I need to provide her share details; company loans; value of the ex-family home she still has an interest in with her ex husband etc... Where do you draw the line?

    Thank you for your help.
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    Wikivorce guidance on question 4.6 is:

    This is designed to be a pen picture of your new partners income, assets and liabilities. This does not mean that your new partner will have to hand over their assets. But if for example you can be housed in a house owned by your new partner, that will affect the housing pot available for your first family. You only have to complete this aspect if you know the answers - this is your Form E, not your new partners'.
    https://www.wikivorce.com/divorce/DI...ce-Lawyer.html

    I think the key words in question 4.6 are ''so far as they are known to you'' so I wouldn't bust your balls to try and obtain comprehensive figures at this point. Don't forget that Form E is just the start of the disclosure process and that the process is designed to provide for the parties to issue a questionnaire and, if neccesary, a schedule of deficiencies to obtain more detailed figures if required.

    The important thing is to get the Form competed & filed on time, so just put down what you know now.

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