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Court fees as LIP

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10 Jun 21 #516939 by enm1sg-sandy
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I am LIP and want to make a D11 application to the court for Panel notice as my Ex has failed to follow the FDA court order deadlines and want to waste the FDR

Question: As a LIP, how do you pay the court fees for the D11 application as I don't have any accounts with Family court similar to the solicitor have.

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10 Jun 21 #516940 by seeingawaythrough
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I was in a not dissimilar position with court deadlines after the FDA. Fortunately the mere threat of the D11 was enough to get his solicitors start responding to me and I didn't get as far as issuing. Though he's caused more delays which means our FDR probably needs to be put back so I'll be in the same boat as you....

I believe you can now pay over the phone.... see here if you have a look at the leaflet EX50.
www.gov.uk/court-fees-what-they-are

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