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You use Form G to tell the court if you think you will be ready, or not ready to negotiate a settlement at the first appointment, you need to give your reasons why.  You need to complete and return it to the court and a copy to the other side at least 14 days before the date of your first appointment.   

On 6th April 2022, “no fault divorce” will come into force. This guide explains the new divorce process and highlights the key changes.

The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association provides a recommended scale of charges for private sector occupational pension schemes to use when providing information on pension-sharing orders. The guidance also includes a flowchart that shows the circumstances in which charges can be made.

The purpose of this Guide is to explain how the public access scheme works and to  show how members of the public (“lay clients”) can use it to instruct barristers  directly. 


Family barrister and mediator explains how to give and challenge evidence in court. This video explains how to present your evidence to the judge, how to process works, what kind of questions to ask, how to behave and act during to hearing and lots of other useful tips and advice to prepare yourself to give evidence in court.

A guide written by Wikivorce member LittleMrMike

What should I write in my statement when I am applying for a Non-Molestation Order?

Finding & Using a McKenzie Friend

Advice on how to select a McKenzie Friend and what to do with him or her once you have found one.

Preparing for a Day in Court

Our top tips on getting ready for a day in court.

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