Get an order in Supreme Court

Are you applying for a final order or an interim order, or an order to waive your court filing fees?

Order to waive fees

Get an order to waive fees

If you can't afford to pay your Supreme Court filing fees, you might be able to apply for an order to waive them. To apply, you need to be able to show them the completed documents you can't afford to file.

Final order

Getting a final family order in Supreme Court if you both agree

Information on how you and the other person in your case can get a final order if you both agree on what you want it to say.

Interim order

Get an interim family order in Supreme Court if you both agree

Step-by-step guide for if you and the other person in your case agree on what you want your interim order to say. The process if you can agree is much easier.

Get an interim family order in Supreme Court if you can't both agree

Step-by-step guide for if you and the other person in your case can't agree on what you want your interim order to say.