In 2011, a sales rep and not very up to date on "office' tools, I submitted my exhibits in Word. By category, by year (medical, extracurricular, school) for a 12 year period, with totals per year. Eventually I put it in Excel, and found onely ONE duplicate amongst 1000 entries. My ex, a financial advisor of 15 years, who does financial spreadsheets for clients, produced identical exhibits in filings in 2011, 2012, 2013, and in pretrial exhibits in 2014. There are over a dozen different exhibits, with these three categories overlapping and re-occurring, and out of order by date. Can you imagine what it takes to sort the duplicates (there is literally thousands of dollars in duplicates and triplicates in some cases, even listed under different names) ? And should it be my responsibility to ferret it out??? There are 1500 entries. You'd have to take number one and crossreference 1500 times. Then do it again with number 2, and so on. This is a financial advisor, who was terminated for conspiracy to commit bank fraud and forging medical documents. ... obvious what this is, and should be to a judge; this wouldn't be accepable at a 7th grade level, literally. I would have thought that, coming to ask for financial reimbursement of any sort, the clarity of proof of claim would need to be beyond a reasonable doubt and easily digestible so the court couldn't be easily bamboozled into awarding Real money for falsified claims.