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Apply online or with the EX160 paper form when you make your court or tribunal application. Includes EX160A guidance notes.
For applications made or fees paid on or after 27 November 2023, use the new form and guidance.
When to apply for help with fees You must apply for help with fees at the…
There is a new help with fees scheme for applications made or fees paid on…
The only service you can use to pay your court fine online, or by telephone using a credit or debit card.
Get money off your court or tribunal fees if you do not have much in savings, and get certain benefits or have a low income.
This consultation seeks views on a proposal to deliver increases to selected court and tribunal fees, to partially reflect changes in the general level of prices.
This consultation seeks views on a number of changes to the fees payable in the United Kingdom Supreme Court.
The most vulnerable will be better supported to access justice despite the rising cost of living thanks to new proposals published today (7 March) to reform the government ‘Help with Fees’ scheme.
Under the proposals contained in this consultation paper, those using the civil court system would, in future, be expected to meet the cost of the service where they can afford to do so, and for certain types of proceeding would be expected to contribute more than the cost.…
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
How to work out splitting up money, property and possessions when you divorce or dissolve a civil partnership - including mediation.
Check you can get a divorce, agree or disagree with a divorce application, what to do if your husband or wife lacks mental capacity.
How to apply to the Court of Protection to make a will for someone who is not able to make one themselves, what forms to use, how much it costs and how the court decides
This consultation sets our proposals for reform of the fee remissions system for courts and tribunal services, which ensures access to justice is maintained for those individuals on lower incomes.
Further proposals to raise fee income from proceedings in the courts of England and Wales.
Applications are now open for anyone who believes they may have paid too much for some court services.
This document contains the following information: Fee remissions for the courts and tribunals.
This research was to provide evidence on the role that court fees play in decisions to seek redress through civil and family courts…
Seeking views on the proposal to increase selected court fees and Help with Fees income thresholds by inflation.
This report presents findings from a survey examining public attitudes to civil and family court fees.…
The government response to part 2 of the consultation on reform of court fees and further proposals for consultation.
Parents or guardians of children who lack mental capacity can ask for court fees to be waived when seeking access to a Child Trust Fund, the government has announced today (1 December, 2020).
Ministry of Justice collects statistics on court proceedings, timeliness and cost.
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