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What is a warning letter? When might you send a warning letter? When should you not send a warning letter? Top tips for writing warning letters An example Useful contacts. It can be difficult to know whether it is the right time to make an application to court. Writing a warning letter can be a good way of avoiding court proceedings. Sometimes it is not safe to send a warning letter, in which case you may need to go directly to court without informing the other party. This legal guide will give you information about how and when to write a warning letter.
Rights of Women publishes a of other legal guides that may be useful including Family Court proceedings: where can I get advice and support? You can access our full range of legal guides at www. A warning letter is a letter or which you write to inform someone that they must change their behaviour or you will make an application to court. For example, you may wish to ask someone to stop harassing you, or obtain permission to take your children abroad on holiday. By sending someone a warning letter you are giving them one last chance to resolve the issue by agreement without the need for court proceedings.
It may be easiest to send the warning letter by as you can print a copy. If you are posting the letter, remember to make a copy. It may be that the warning letter resolves the issue. If the letter does not resolve the issue then you can make an application to court. When you make your application, remember to attach your warning letter and any response you received or any evidence you have that the warning letter was ignored by the other party.
This will show the court that you have tried to resolve the issue amicably and that the other party was aware of your wishes and feelings but chose to ignore them. Sometimes it will not be safe or appropriate to send a warning letter and you may need to go straight to court without informing the respondent. This is called a without notice application. Examples of situations where it may not be safe to send a warning letter include:.
There may be other reasons why it is not safe to send a warning letter. If possible, seek legal advice before sending a warning letter. for an example of a warning letter. The law is complex and may have changed since this guide was produced. This guide is deed to provide general information only for the law in England and Wales. You should seek up-to-date, independent legal advice.
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