What Happens When a Court Case Is Adjourned?


Your case can be adjourned if it is obvious to the court that you need further time to provide financial details advice, or if your circumstances are about to change and you wish to present these details to the court. Adjourning a case will increase your costs, as it will involve another hearing at court.
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