Form EX506: Apply for 'bolt-on' payments and advocate's bundle payments

Advocates can use Form EX506 to get a judge or magistrate to authorise extra payments to them for some types of family law hearings.



This form is sometimes known as an ‘advocate’s attendance form’. The notes in the form explain when you can claim the extra payments.

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Published 1 June 2014