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Form E / E1 Help!

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01 May 12 #327639 by k2k2
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HI

Can anyone give me a link to the latest version of form E and E1 that I can actually fill out and save on my laptop? I have trawled the Net and find many versions old and new, some you can write and save electronically and some you cannot. I have tried the wiki one but this has to be filed by hand.

Also, can someone clarify whether I need to submit a form E or an E1 as all I find anywhere is total confusion!

I previously gave my stbx''s sol the same sa they gave me and E1 but now I have to prepare for court and their notice asks for form E.

Thanks

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01 May 12 #327657 by dukey
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I seem to remember there is some conversion software to help with form E, i think it was Charles who posted about it.

As far as disclosure for court forget form E1 unless it is a schedule 1 application under the childrens act.

If you are going to court to try and agree who gets what from the marital assets you need form E.

Both the forms are in the wiki library.

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01 May 12 #327698 by .Charles
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form E is your general run of the mill form for 99.95% of applications.

On form E1 in bold on the front page there is the following paragraph:

If you are applying for a financial order (which can only be applied for as part of a divorce, dissolution, annulment or (judicial) separation in the High Court or county courts in England and Wales) or for financial relief after an overseas divorce or dissolution etc. you should complete form E.

So, the form E is used unless the Form E1 is applicable.

Unfortunately, whilst the form is freely available from the court, an editable and savable version of the form is only available under licence unless you fancy creating a cumbersome Word document or spreadsheet with tables, borders and formulae.

The easiest way to edit the documents is by hand currently which involves printing it off.

However, if you wish to complete a PDF version and save it as a non-editable PDF, you can download PDF996 which is a free application and printer driver. This creates a virtual printer which you print to as you would a normal printer but instead of printing it on a piece of paper it sends it to your hard drive (and screen by default) as a PDF document.

It''s easy to install and I was so impressed with it the first time I used it I encouraged my company to purchase a bulk license for the whole firm as it costs buttons in comparison to most commercial software.

Charles

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