If you are considering starting proceedings in the family court, you will need to know what the fees will be. We have compiled a list of the fees for the more common types of court proceedings. Please note this post has been updated on 29 June 2017 Marriage and civil partnership proceedings
Proceeding type Fee Filing an application for a divorce, nullity or civil partnership dissolution £550 Filing an application for judicial separation £365 Filing an application to start proceedings where no other fee is specified £245 Financial orders
Application type Fee Application for a financial order, other than by consent £255 Application by consent for a financial order £50 Applications for injunctions
Family homes and domestic violence applications.
Application type Fee Application for a non-molestation order Free Application for an occupation order Free Children Applications under the Children Act 1989
Application type Fee Request permission to issue proceedings or for an order or directions to be made concerning children £215 Application for breach of or for revocation of an enforcement order £95 Applications within proceedings
Application type Fee Application on notice where no other fee is specified £155 Application by consent or without notice where no other fee is specified £50 Filing a notice of appeal
Notice of appeal Fee Any decision in family proceedings, except appeal against decisions under the Children Act 1989 £125 Any provision of the Children Act 1989, except in relation to appeals for breach of or revocation of an enforcement order £215
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This list was correct on date of publication (29 June 2017).
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