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Post #54500 by Self Represented on January 28th 2019, 6:53 PM (in topic “Undefended = Untested Evidence?”)

Undefended = Untested Evidence?

Hi,
First post!  I have been lurking and learning.  So thank you regulars.
After 3 years in the family court WA we are getting close to trial.  I am the applicant mother.  The respondent father has participated sporadically.  He has not filed his trial affidavit despite multiple opportunities.  I doubt he will turn up to the final hearing/trial.
I understand what to expect at the trial.  The Judge will be able to "cross examine" me when I am in the stand.
My question is: will my evidence be considered "untested" if the respondent doesn't show up and cross examine me?

Thanks in advance. 

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