The Form E is the foundation of the family finance case. When it comes to issues at trial, the contents of the Form E can be critical. Whether the case is fully litigated, settled part way through a court process or dealt with in the context of voluntary disclosure, getting the Form E right is important.
This webinar is presented in five parts, covering the different sections of Form E.
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Part 1: Introduction and Section 1, General Information
Part 2: Section 2, Financial Details
Part 3: Section 3, Financial Requirements
Part 4: Other Information
Part 5: Order Sought, Statement of Truth and Schedule of Documents
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