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Disclose all Assets



Parties must promptly reveal all their assets when required by the Court process so to do.      Failure to do so only worsens the party's case with the Court taking a dim view of partial-disclosure or deliberate and improper delaying of matters;  cost penalties await and indeed risks the Judge looking at that party as showing bad faith which may well influence the final judgment.

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