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Matrimonial Finance Toolkit


Family and social welfare

In stock

16 October 2017

Law Society Publishing


297 x 210 mm
96 pages

Matrimonial Finance Toolkit

Mena Ruparel


Acting in matrimonial finance matters requires a precise and focused approach to the preparation of documents and evidence.

This toolkit contains over 30 template documents drafted by a practitioner with 20 years' experience who gives advice on how to tailor each template for different types of cases.

Using this toolkit will help your firm to:

  • increase efficiency by systematising the financial remedy process
  • reduce the time spent on drafting, dictating and typing letters
  • manage the risk of errors, omissions and inconsistencies in drafting
  • allow some work to be carried out by trainees and paralegals.

The comprehensive and reliable templates cover every aspect of the work, from issue to final hearing, including guidance on how to draft the Form E, questionnaire and letters to settle to avoid the final hearing where possible.

All the templates are also included on the accompanying CD-ROM for ease of customisation.


1. First steps
2. Making a financial remedy application
3. Disclosure
4. First directions appointment
5. Financial dispute hearings
6. Final hearing
7. Draft orders
8. Schedule 1 Children act proceedings

8A. First letter to Applicant in Schedule 1 Children Act claim
8B. Draft order Schedule 1.

About the Author

Mena Ruparel is a solicitor, a lecturer and a member of the Law Society's Family Law Committee. Mena is also the chief assessor of the Family Law Accreditation Scheme and the co-author of the Unbundling Family Legal Services Toolkit.