Direct Access Referral Form (Financial Remedies)

Please complete this form, so far as you are able to do so. Some questions may not be relevant, in which case please mark them N/A. Once complete, please submit the form. If you have any queries, please contact the clerks on
0207 936 1500.

1. Personal Details

Please provide brief details as to the identity of the barrister and / or solicitor, whether advice was given or representation provided, and the dates in so far as you are able.

2. What are the full names of all other parties who are / may be involved in this matter and their relationship to you? Are they represented by solicitors, and if so who?

3. Relationship details:

4. Children

5. Current arrangements for the children:

6. Finances

Please list values for the following: Income, Property, Investments, Business Assets, Other Assets and Pensions using the drop down lists provided.

7. Do you want advice from a barrister?

8. Do you want a barrister to represent you at a hearing?

9. Do you want assistance from a barrister to help prepare your case for a hearing?

10. Are there current / anticipated court proceedings concerning your children?

(i) what applications have been made by you or another person? If a “Form A” has been issued give the date and the name of the person who issued it.

(ii) what applications are you anticipating making or being made by you or another person

(iii) what hearings have been listed by the court

11. What are the issues about which you seek advice about, and /or the Court is being asked to make a decision about ?

Please answer using just a sentence or two.
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1 King’s Bench Walk will re-open on Wednesday 2 December 2020


1KBW is pleased to announce that we will again begin the process of reopening chambers from 2nd  December 2020. A series of measures are in place to ensure the safety of all staff, members and visitors.


We have been successfully working remotely during the second lockdown period and a number of staff and members will continue to do so to ensure social distancing measures are kept in place, as per government guidance.


We continue to request that all client meetings be conducted virtually, where possible. We are fully equipped to carry on with client conferences via telephone or video link, on any preferred platform. Should you require to come in to chambers for a meeting, please contact a member of the clerking team to make arrangements.