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Revised Form FM1 published

  • The Ministry of Justice has published a revised version of the FM1 form which should be completed by anyone applying to the courts for a financial remedy.

    The principal changes are that:

    1. the revised form highlights the requirement for Part 2 of the form to be signed off by an accredited mediator, trained to carry out MIAMs
    2. notes and information about mediation, for the benefit of Self-Representing Parties are included together with links to the Family Mediation Service Finder, legal aid information and the recently launched Sorting Out Separation web app.

    The revised form can be found on the MoJ website.

Published: 03/12/2012


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