When you apply to the court, you usually need to pay a fee. The amount of fee depends on the type of order you are applying for.
Where an application is made or permission is sought under two or more of the above orders, only one fee is payable, and if the fees are different, the highest fee is paid.
The following guides provide more information on applying for these orders:
Child Arrangements Orders Contact Enforcement and Warning Notices Prohibited Steps Orders Specific Issue Orders
When applying for permission, no fee is payable on filing the subsequent application. If you are not sure whether you need permission to apply for a court order, click on the button below:
Do I need permission to apply?
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Family law information for parents whose children are resident in England and Wales
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