Hi, thank you for your further question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:
-In terms of his transgender identity, is it the case that he has adopted the transgender identity all these years or is it just that he has "felt" that he is transgender?
-Why has his business not been allowed to be included?
Thanks for the further information. Firstly, I do not see his transgender disclosure to be grounds for there to be a nullity. It could have been used as reason for unreasonable behaviour in a divorce, but not nullity.
In relation to the business valuation and assessing it as a matrimonial asset, this should be taken up with your barrister at the FDR and argument should be made for it to be included.
In relation to the deed of trust, this document can be used to argue your position, however, given that these are matrimonial proceedings the court has the power to override this.
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Thank you for confirming. By the sounds of it, any action that you take will only increase the animosity between you and will unlikely have any impact on the FDR or financial proceedings.
Thank you. I would suggest that you focus on settling the financial matter first before you consider pursuing the other issues as it would only rack up your costs which would be better spent on the financial application.