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Preparing a Statement of Issues Document


Okay so you have issued a Financial Court Application in the Family Court and you now have to prepare some documents, one of which is called a Statement of Issues for the First Directions Hearing. You are now asking yourself: What do you put in this document? What does it look like?

Look no further, click on the picture to find a Statement of Issues template with some example issues for you to consider. Also check out our resources page for template documents to help you prepare.


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