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10 July 2020

FCC Lists 27th July Craigavon and Belfast AND FPC Lists for Ards and L

Please find attached FCC lists for w/c 27th July and FPC lists for w/c 3rd August – as well as the appropriate form to be completed in each case.

Please check all court lists attached and identify cases that you are involved in. 

Notify opposition representatives and circulate lists to colleagues.

Complete the Form FCI1 with your opposition and lodge one form per case.


The family judge for each Family Care Centre has identified the cases which are to be reviewed, and require you to lodge the requisite form for each case by the return date given below.  

  • Forms must also be completed setting out the reasons where the parties seek an adjournment. 

  • Only one form per case must be lodged which must be completed collaboratively with the opposition representative/s. 

  • Issues should be narrowed and electronic copies of documents referred to in the FCI1 form attached.

  • The subject line for the email should be ‘FCC review’.

  • During the week of the 27th July the judge will review all forms and determine the next steps.  Please refer to ICOS for directions and hearings will be notified directly.

  • The completed form for each case must be lodged in the relevant court office by 17th July 2020.


  • Representatives should identify their cases from the attached list, and collaboratively complete and lodge one Form FCI1 per case by email to the relevant court office by 24th July 2020 together with any supporting documentation. 

  • It is essential that the forms are completed as comprehensively as possible on the most up to date version of the FCI1 Form (attached) to narrow the issues to be determined by the judge.

  • The subject line of your email must state ‘FPC Review’.

  • During week commencing 3rd August 2020, the judge will review all cases listed, and determine whether each matter can be dealt with administratively or will require a hearing.

  •  Where the judge determines a review hearing is required the parties will be notified of the arrangements. 

  • Practitioners should note that the judge may also make orders/ directions in cases even where no forms have been lodged, and Orders / Directions will be available via ICOS as normal.

Email addresses for each court office can be found BY CLICKING HERE



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