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Court Forms

Form C100: Application under section 8 of the Children Act 1989 for a child arrangements, prohibited steps, specific issue order or to vary or discharge or ask permission to make a section 8 order

If you make an application to the court about some family issues you’ll need to complete a C100 form confirming you’ve been to a MIAM or giving the reasons for not attending.

The form lists the reasons why you might not need to go to a MIAM before going to court. This might be because there are safety issues, such as where domestic violence or child abuse are involved.

If your case is not suitable for mediation you will still need to show the judge you’ve considered it when filling in a C100 form.

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Form A: Notice of [intention to proceed with] an application for a financial order

If you make an application to the court about some financial issues you’ll need to complete a ‘Form A’ confirming you’ve been to a MIAM or giving the reasons for not attending.

The form lists the reasons why you might not need to go to a MIAM before going to court. This might be because there are safety issues, such as where domestic violence or child abuse are involved.

If your case is not suitable for mediation you will still need to show the judge you’ve considered it when filling in a Form A.

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Form A1:Notice of [intention to proceed with] an application for a financial remedy (other than a financial order)

If you make an application to the court about some financial issues you’ll need to complete a ‘Form A’ confirming you’ve been to a MIAM or giving the reasons for not attending.

The form lists the reasons why you might not need to go to a MIAM before going to court. This might be because there are safety issues, such as where domestic violence or child abuse are involved.

If your case is not suitable for mediation you will still need to show the judge you’ve considered it when filling in a Form A1.

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Download Form A1

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Form B: Notice of an application to consider the financial position of the Respondent after the divorce/dissolution

If you make an application to the court about financial issues you may need to complete a ‘Form B’ confirming you’ve been to a MIAM or giving the reasons for not attending.

The form lists the reasons why you might not need to go to a MIAM before going to court. This might be because there are safety issues, such as where domestic violence or child abuse are involved.

If your case is not suitable for mediation you will still need to show the judge you’ve considered it when filling in Form B.

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Download Form B

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Form FM1: Family Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM)

If you make an application to the court about family, divorce or dissolution issues you may need to complete a ‘Form FM1’ confirming you’ve been to a MIAM or giving the reasons for not attending.

The form lists the reasons why you might not need to go to a MIAM before going to court. This might be because there are safety issues, such as where domestic violence or child abuse are involved.

If your case is not suitable for mediation you will still need to show the judge you’ve considered it when filling in Form FM1.

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Download Form FM1

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Form E: Financial Statement – For a Financial Order (Matrimonial Causes Act 1973/Civil Partnership Act 2004) / for Financial Relief After an Overseas Divorce Etc (Part 3 of the Matrimonial and Family Proceedings Act 1984/Schedule 7 to the Civil Partnership Act 2004)

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Download Form E

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