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Old 05-27-2022, 09:29 AM
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Originally Posted by pinkHouses View Post
I filed a Form 15 and received a response. Affidavits were not filled in for either.
The ex has simply created a false narrative with false statements to support that narrative. Things they know are not true.

When I write my Case Conference Brief and affidavit should I be
a) Trying to prove those statements false and use up evidence space.
b) Say they are false and point out there is no evidence for them.
c) Ignore them.


What can I hope to get out of a case conference where the other side are pathological liars?
Case conference briefs do not form part of the continuing record. I would (c) ignore them. The whole point of a case conference is to seek disclosure requests and possibly setting things before bringing motions etc... Not much usually happens at them.
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