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Danieljt2809

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19 August 2020
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Can someone please tell me what this means as i have to do myself.
consolidated trial affidavit of edivence in chief, financial statement and one witness affidavit?.
in relation to final hearing of family court case.
your urgent response would be greatly appreciated
 

Danieljt2809

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IF I DID AN AFFIDIVAT AT THE VERY START OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS THAT NOT ONE I CAN USE NOW OR DO I HAVE TO DO AN UPDATED ONE RELATING TO WHATS HAPPENED SINCE THAT DATE AS I ALSO HAVE TO DO LATER THIS MONTH AN OUTLINE OF CASE DOCUMENT?.
IM SORRY. TRYING TO DO ALL THIS WITHOUT LAWYER HELP
 

GlassHalfFull

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My understanding is that a trial affidavit is everything relevant that was in your original affidavit, plus anything that has happened since and everything that you intend to rely on in the trial. So it has to be quite thorough. I haven't been through it myself yet though so I can't offer much more than that.
 

Danieljt2809

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quick question.........

the main witness to my case has never filed an affidavit for the courts. well did one and refused to sign it and the other party (mother in my case) has subpoheanoed her to appear at trial. the ICL in our case refused to subpheona this witness for fear she is unrealiable but she is the one who started all this drama 14months ago. would be very risky for the other party involved to bring this witness to court i would think as she will be hostile to now ordered to appear and i know her personally she wouldnt like it. The whole case with me and my ex revolves around this person and the things she said the night we broke up to the mother of my child in what seems anger and spite.