EX160A - Court Fee Exemption Remission Form

EX160A - Court Fee Exemption/Remission Application Form

Working out whether you qualify for a fee remission If you make a claim, you'll have to pay an issue fee when you start the claim and a hearing fee before the tribunal proceedings take place. If you think you qualify for a fee re...

Divorce Court Fees could be on the rise

Divorce Fees Could be on the Rise

Family lawyers' group Resolution has said there is "no justification" for government plans to increase the court fee for a divorce from £410 to £750. The Ministry of Justice announced plans in December last year to increase court...

Avoid court fees when getting divorced

Avoid Court Fees when Getting Divorced

How to avoid paying court fees when getting a divorce If you are looking to start a divorce and both parties are in agreement, then it makes sense to consider which person should be the petitioner, i.e the person filing the divor...

The cost of getting divorced

How much are Court Fees?

How much are court fees? The legal process of divorce (or dissolution of a civil partnership) involves the courts and there are various fees to pay. You can either do this yourself or ask a solicitor to help you. Some firms offer...

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