Drafting a Consent Order

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If you are completing your divorce but now need a Consent Order? – Our consent order drafting service is for you.

A consent order or clean break order is a legally binding court order that details how a divorcing couple intend to divide any assets and finances they hold within their marriage.

A consent order or clean break order is a legally binding court order that details how a divorcing couple intend to divide any assets and finances they hold within their marriage.

Obtaining a consent order is the only way to legally sever all ties from your spouse.  Without one, you are open to future claims in the future, hence the importance of entering into a consent order after divorce.

A consent order is a voluntary agreement that not every divorcing couple will decide to enter into.  Obtaining one is advisable as it is the only way to legally protect your assets and finances after a divorce.

Although a consent order is not compulsory, it is worth obtaining a consent order even if you feel you have little or unsubstantial assets.  If your financial situation was to improve, you could be claimed against, even years after separation.

A typical consent order may include a clause to sell the matrimonial home and share the pensions, so both parties get a fair share of held assets.

Assets held within a marriage that can be included in any financial order can  include:

  • Property
  • Savings
  • Pensions
  • Debts
  • Child & spousal maintenance
  • Inheritance

 

Should you have any questions about entering into a consent order, please call us on 08001 777 702

 

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Drafting a Consent Order was last modified: March 21st, 2018 by John Fuller

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