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Guide to Cross Examination at Court Hearings for Self Reppers

This is a brief guide on how a litigant in person should approach skeleton arguments and cross examination at an Financial Dispute Resolution Hearing or Final Hearing in Ancillary Relief.

International Family Law

Married couples who are based internationally may well have a choice as to jurisdiction should they decide to divorce, i.e. a sufficient link exists with several countries and divorce proceedings could be instigated in any one of those. Different countries obviously have different divorce, ancillary relief and children law. The same set of facts may produce very different outcomes depending upon which country’s law is applied to those facts. Choosing the best jurisdiction or “forum” for a particular case is a very important decision.

Children Act 1989

The Children Act 1989 including amendments brought about by the Children and Adoption Act 2006 to give the courts more flexible powers to facilitate child contact and enforce contact orders. The new powers are due to come into force as of 8 December 2008.

Court fees How much are they?

How much does the court charge, a full list of court fee's 2008

List of family law related Divorce forms and numbers

A full list of forms you may need for Divorce

How to complete Form E

An easy to use, step by step guide to completing Form E

Practice Directions -  court bundles

Practice Direction 27a – Family Proceedings: Court Bundles (Universal Practice To Be Applied In The High Court And Family Court)

European Judicial Network
This website is managed by the European Commission and will be regularly updated in conjunction with the Member States of the European Union.
Finding your local county court

This link will take you to HMCS court finder, so you can find all the contact details for your local court.

Relocating children abroad or within the UK

This article from Jacqui Gilliatt a barrister at Four Brick Court examines the law on relocating children - including relocation to other countries and within the UK.

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