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Revised forms A & A1 in use from 4 June

Changes made to allow for fast track procedure

  • Form A and Form A1 have been revised as a result of amendments to Part 9 FPR to provide for financial remedy applications to be dealt with through the standard procedure or fast-track procedure (see the Family Procedure (Amendment) Rules 2018).

    The revised forms need to be used, as appropriate, for all applications issued on or after 4 June 2018 when they will also be made publicly available on Gov.Uk. Previous versions of these forms will not be accepted on or after 4 June 2018. The revised forms are attached to this note but should not be used in advance of 4th June.

    The FPR Committee is also working on changes to Form D50C to provide for an application to be made for orders that may be on the standard or fast track. However there are no proposals to make any changes to the financial statement forms E, E1 or E2. 

Practice note, published: 09/05/2018

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Published: 09/05/2018

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