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This Deed is made the [insert date and month] 20[insert year]
[Insert client's full name] of [insert client’s full address] (‘the Client'), and
[Insert the [Members OR Partners]] at the date of this Deed of the firm of Solicitors practising as [insert name and address of law firm] (‘the Assignee’)
In proceedings in the [insert name of court] Court under matter number [insert matter number] (the Proceedings) in which the Client is the [Petitioner OR Respondent] in the main suit and the [Applicant OR Respondent] in the Financial Remedy proceedings and [his OR her] spouse [insert name of spouse] (‘[insert title and surname of spouse]’) is the [Petitioner OR Respondent] in the main suit and the [Applicant OR Respondent] in the Financial Remedy proceedings, the Client seeks:
financial provision, as defined at clause 1 below, be made to [him OR her] by [insert name of spouse] (‘Financial Provision’); and
orders that [his OR her] legal costs be paid by [insert name o
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