What is a Questionnaire?


In the context of legal action to establish a financial settlement following a divorce, a questionnaire is a document designed to obtain further information about the other party’s financial circumstances. The court will set out a date for these to be filed before the first hearing, along with other specific documents. At the first hearing the judge will generally consider whether all the questions are reasonable or whether some can be deleted, and set a date for replies to be provided.


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