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Financial Consent orders
WARNING : A DIVORCE DOES NOT END FINANCIAL CLAIMS THAT SPOUSES OR CIVIL PARTNERS HAVE AGAINST ONE ANOTHER.
To end financial claims you must file a clean break Order at Court. If you cannot agree then a formal application must be made for the Court to determine your financial settlement. If you can agree or negotiate an agreement then you may file a Consent Order incorporating clean break clauses.
A consent order is a financial agreement that deals with what happens to your house; savings; shares; pension; income; car or other property, during your divorce or civil partnership dissolution.
It is similar to a separation agreement, however, the difference is that a consent order is filed at Court, approved by a Judge and ends all financial claims you have against one another.
Consent orders are bespoke documents, meaning that they must be individually drafted according to your unique circumstances. The detail of the order is drafted according to your specific circumstances and must be absolutely precise. You should take legal advice before filing a consent order, this is the reason that the government website states that you need a solicitor to draft a consent order on divorce for you.