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Request for MS Word version of the Offer to Settle form

Does anyone have a word version of the Offer to Settle form (Form 60).

There is nothing on the Family Law web site or the FMC web site. Scale Plus has a PDF version but it can not be edited.

Thanks

Chris

Form 60 - Offer to Settle

It is interesting that there is no Form 60 on the Family Court site.

There is no reference to Form 60 in The Family Law Handbook from Redfern Legal Centre..

As you suggest it is there on Scaleplus

The documents required by the court tend to prescribe what information is to be inscribed and using the one from Scaleplus as a guide might be of assistance.

The optical character reading and transformation of the document is possible.

A lingering question is as to why it is not provided by the court if they dictate a preference for typed forms.

I have created a Form 60 (Execl format)

In using this spreadsheet the Format>Cells>Borders command can be useful in placing the crosses in the appropriate boxes.

It might be possible to save it, or convert it, into a Word document. Anyone know how?

Attachment


This second attachment provides an outline in respect of Form 60s.

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What is done for you, let it be done, what you must do, be sure you do it, as the wise person does today that what the fool will do in three days - Buddha
You can just cut and paste it into Word. Some minor adjustments will be needed.

If I get time in the next few days I'll convert it into Word, if folks feel this would be worthwhile.

There is one section - looks like a merge cell command is required, as the data is cut off at the end of the cell.

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Thanks Artemis.

Can you be a little more specific as to which cell requires attention?

I tried the pasting into Word. There is a need then to resize many of the cells.

I feel that the spreadsheet might output a better product since it is possible to check cells and is to my mind more amendable.

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What is done for you, let it be done, what you must do, be sure you do it, as the wise person does today that what the fool will do in three days - Buddha
cjarmain said
Does anyone have a word version of the Offer to Settle form (Form 60).

There is nothing on the Family Law web site or the FMC web site. Scale Plus has a PDF version but it can not be edited.

Thanks

Chris
Email it to me and I will either convert it back to Word or Excel (if it was produced in those) or remove any locking passwords.

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You have an offer to settle.. Why do you need a form 60? The response to an offer to settle should be a written response to the solicitor in the first instant and completion of documents as per the filing requirements for the hearing. That is the affidavits etc

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