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Consent Orders

A consent order is a legally binding financial agreement at the end of a divorce.

You must have a decree nisi already.

Once signed by the judge it is final.

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Separation Agreements

A separation agreement records how you agree to share out your assets once you have separated.

It is particularly useful if you are planning to divorce after two

years separation.

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Divorce/Dissolution Proceedings

Divorce is a three stage legal process.

We offer a flexible divorce service. Whether you need help filling in the petition or applying for the decree nisi we can help.

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Buying Property together

Are you buying a property in unequal shares? Are you investing with a friend or relative?

Do you want to protect your deposit?

Did you know you can record the terms of an agreement to share your property fairly in a deed of trust.

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Confused about how to sort out your finances on divorce or separation?

Why not try reading the guide produced by the Family Justice Council. Click on the image below to download a copy.

Sorting out your finances on divorce - the Family Justice Council guide





Sorting Out Finances on Divorce - produced by the Family Justice Council

"This guide provides information for separating couples who are negotiating their own financial agreements on divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership. It provides a succinct summary of the law to help those who do not have access to legal advice to reach financial agreements without the need to go to court. " 

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Please note that you must have an absolute agreement with your spouse/civil partner before a consent order can be submitted to court and both of you must sign the document. You must also have disclosed to each other any finanical and other relevant information to enable a consent order to be made.