The following Family precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
In the Family Court
Sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice
The marriage of [name of applicant] and [name of respondent]
Outline factual matrix:
[The parties married on [date]]
[The parties separated on [date]]
[There are [number] children of the family]
[The [Petition OR Answer] was issued on [date]]
[The Decree Nisi was pronounced on [date]]
[The Decree Absolute was granted on [date]]
[There is [not] a dispute about the jurisdiction of the High Court of England and Wales. [The reason for the dispute is [give short reasons].]]
[Name] being [counsel OR solicitor] for the Applicant [wife OR husband]
[Name] being [counsel OR solicitor] for the Respondent [
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