I am making the petition toward my cohabiting wife who is equally keen to dissolve the marriage. We simply expired our journey and whilst cohabiting feel its time to move on, with haste.
Papers have been filed, and we've arrived at a cash figure for financial settlements. Where disclosure of funds have been transparent. We are both adults of sound mind have little interest in seeking approval nor interference from courts unless where [url=Glossary/General/Absolute.html ]absolute[/url] necessary.
To this end, can any advice be offered upon the effectiveness of a joint Affidavit (or an Affidavit each) to stipulate the intentions to not change our minds and seek further financial claims in the future, INSTEAD of filing a consent order. The consent order seems an intrusive cumbersome, and effectively produces the same output. Both artifacts appear to have a similar standing in legalese.
Neither myself or recipient wife feel the need to seek any sort of permission from a court Judge, and look to affirm our decisions and agreements through the use of an Affidavit rather than \"Consent orders\"
Has this route been taken on this forum previously ? Can any view of pros and cons for our possible decisions ?