Witness Statement

You are only able to file a Statement with the Court, whether by yourself or by a witness on your behalf if the Court has given you permission to do so.  Statements must be signed and dated and contain a Statement of Truth which confirms that the facts stated in it are true.  Proceedings for contempt of Court may be brought against a person who makes or causes to be made a false statement in a document verified by a statement of truth and it is imperative, therefore, that the information in the Statement is true and accurate.  Witness Statements contain the evidence on which you wish to rely within the proceedings and it is important, therefore, that they concisely set out all the relevant facts.

Once we are in receipt of cleared funds from you we shall draft your document/s and email or send them to you by post depending on your preference. We shall only contact you if further information is required.

We also require satisfactory information for a conflict check and money laundering (we can carry out the checks for you for an additional fee of £6).

Meet the team

Paralegals

Dawn Gore
Paralegal & Certified Family Law Assistant
Family
01722 426945
07881 343 960
Family