Form E

Form E definition

/fɔːm/ /iː/

What does Form E mean?

Form E is the financial statement standard-form document used to set out each party's relevant financial and other circumstances when a financial application has been made. Family Procedure Rules 2010 requires both parties to simultaneously exchange and file at court a statement of their financial circumstances in Form E.

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Form E: Financial statement for a financial order
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