This page provides an overview of the forms used in the financial process.
Notice Of [intention to proceed with] An Application For A Financial Order - Form A
Use form A to start requesting a financial order in divorce or civil partnership proceedings. You can fill out this form by filling in a paper form. Court fees are £255.
Financial Statement For A Financial Order - Form E
This form is used to provide financial disclosure which is used as a basis for the negotiation of a financial settlement. You may be asked to complete this form by the court (if you are a litigant in person), by your solicitor or by a mediator. You can fill out this form by filling in a paper form.
Statement Of Issues
A short statement of the main points at issue between the parties
a list in chronological order of all the main events of financial significance to the marriage.
A list of questions and documents which you ask your opponent to provide which are relevant to the Statement of Issues and which will help to clarify matters.
Notice Of Response To First Appointment - Form G
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.Form G is a one page letter that the court will send out along with other paperwork informing them their spouse has made an application for Financial Remedy (Ancillary Relief). You can fill out this form by filling in a paper form.
Esitmate Of Costs - Form H
An estimate of costs up until the First Appointment. You can fill out this form by filling in a paper form.
Application Notice for court - Form D11
Fill out this form to make a general application within your proceedings.You can fill out this form by filling in a paper form. You’ll have to pay a court fee depending on what you’re asking the court to do.
The section of family law which determines how assets in a marriage should be dealt with on divorce.