There are times when you may find that you need to change the terms of a consent order by agreement.
For example, you have a consent order for the sale of the family home and now in fact you want to transfer it from joint names to one name instead.
Do you need to change the consent order itself or can you just go ahead and transfer the property?
The answer lies in the detail of the order. Continue reading “Can a consent order be changed?”
You can’t download a consent order from the court website. So, you need to draft one (or arrange for a solicitor or barrister to draft one for you). A consent order needs to fit your requirements perfectly. One size doesn’t fit all.
What goes into a consent order?
The court only accepts court orders prepared in an approved format. This is usually best done by a solicitor who specialises in this type of family law.
I use court approved precedents like these produced by Resolution the Solicitors Family Law Association for its members. Continue reading “Can I download a consent order form from the court website?”