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New Template Orders for the Family Court at Birmingham

HHJ Thomas (DFJ for Birmingham) has approved seven new template orders for use in public law and private law cases in the Family Court at Birmingham. Please also read the Notice to Practitioners.

Added by Mark Cooper, 12th March 2021


Wellbeing Protocol for the Family Court at Worcester

The protocol applies to all practitioners, professionals and judges working in the family justice system in Worcester and Hereford.

Added by Mark Cooper, 5th March 2020


Wellbeing Protocol for the Family Court at Stoke-on-Trent

The protocol applies to all practitioners, professionals and judges working in the family justice system in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire.

Added by Mark Cooper, 27th February 2020


Wellbeing Protocol for the Family Court at Wolverhampton

The protocol applies to all practitioners, professionals and judges working in the family justice system in Wolverhampton.

Added by Mark Cooper, 25th February 2020


Wellbeing Protocol for the Family Court at Coventry

The protocol applies to all practitioners, professionals and judges working in the family justice system in Coventry. At the end of the document, there is a template short form order and links to new CMH and IRH agenda pro formas.

Added by Mark Cooper, 24th February 2020


Wellbeing Protocol for the Family Court at Birmingham

The protocol applies to all practitioners, professionals and judges working in the family justice system in Birmingham. It will be formally launched at the Court User Meeting on Tuesday 14th January 2020.

Added by Mark Cooper, 11th January 2020



Standard Orders

These are the latest versions of the standard template orders, as approved by Mr Justice Mostyn. They are compressed into two zip files:

Added by Mark Cooper, 11th January 2020


C2 Reduction Project Version 2 March 2019

Please follow this guidance when making C2 applications to the Family Court at Birmingham:

Added by Mark Cooper, 11th January 2020


Email Addresses for the Family Court at Birmingham

Please follow the guidance in this document when emailing the Court:


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