C100 -

You are legally required to attend a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM) before applying to the family court to resolve a dispute about your children or finances. Click the link below for further guidance and to view the form. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/6628db7cdb4b9f0448a7e580/C100_0424.pdf

Form A

In the family court system in England and Wales, Form A is used to apply for a financial order in divorce proceedings. This form prompts parties to provide information about their financial situation, including details about income, assets, debts, and expenses. This information is crucial for the court to make decisions regarding the division of assets, spousal maintenance, and other financial matters arising from the divorce. Visit the website below to view Form A. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/6628e39db0ace32985a7e5a5/Form_A_0424.pdf

Form FM1

The purpose of Form FM1 is to encourage parties to explore mediation as a means of resolving disputes outside of the courtroom. It aims to promote alternative dispute resolution methods and reduce the burden on the court system by resolving issues more amicably and efficiently whenever possible.

Form E

In family law, in divorce proceedings involving financial matters, "Form E" is a standard form used in many jurisdictions. It's typically a comprehensive financial statement that parties are required to complete and submit to the court. It is used to provide full and frank disclosure of each party's financial circumstances. It requires detailed information about assets, liabilities, income, expenses, and other financial matters. This disclosure is crucial for the court to make fair decisions regarding the division of assets, spousal maintenance, and other financial aspects of the case. To view Form E please visit the link below. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/63c132468fa8f516ac0d5a6d/Form_E_0123_save.pdf

Declaration of Truth

Parties are usually required to sign a declaration on Form D81, confirming that the information provided is true and accurate to the best of their knowledge and belief.