A consent order is for people who have assets to divide and want to make a legally binding order to protect the interests of each party, and ensure that neither party can claim against the other in the future. Our high net worth consent order is for couples who have combined assets in excess of £1.5 million.
- An experienced and qualified solicitor drafts your consent order
- We complete the new 23 page D81 Statement of Information form
- Our solicitors will file the consent order for you and process it through the court dealing with any objections or refusals should they arise
- There is no court appearance necessary – we deal with any enquires the court may have
- We keep you fully updated throughout the process
- No hidden hourly costs, just one fixed fee of £899
What is included with this service
- Clean break – protecting you from any future claims
- The sale or transfer of property
- Lump sum payments
- Investment properties and other assets including companies
- Child and spousal maintenance
- Splitting savings and debt
- Pension sharing
What is not included with this service
- Help to negotiate your financial agreement
- Collecting information from your spouse. If you would like us to send your spouse a questionnaire to complete and for us to collate your details, you can add a respondent questionnaire service
- Confidential contact details. The Statement of Information includes your and your spouse’s addresses as standard. If you do not want to reveal your contact details to your spouse, you can add a confidentiality service where we will submit a separate document to the court that keeps your address confidential
- Providing statements to the court when your equity split is unfair without good reason. If you present an unfair agreement (a significant imbalance of assets) and insist on it being submitted to the court, the court will likely reject your application and request a statement on why you believe the agreement to be fair. In this situation, we have a statement service where we will prepare statements and deal with the court on your behalf
- Amendments to the order by either party in the event of the case becoming disputed
The court fee for filing a financial order is currently £53.00. You may be exempt from paying court fees if you are on a low-income or receive certain benefits.
Once we receive your order, you will receive a questionnaire to complete. We will use this information to draft your consent order before sending it to you to sign. The agreed and signed consent order will be submitted to the court for you, and we will update you on its progress throughout.
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