I''ve said it before, but if there is no agreement, you cannot have a Consent Order.
It does sometimes happen that a party has second thoughts after reaching an '' agreement '' but let me ask you one question for clarification.
Was this agreement reached following an FDR ?
Assuming it was not - and the agreement was reached in the course of negotiations - you may in the final analysis have to go to a hearing unless you can arrive at some compromise.
Nevertheless, the fact is, that if he made this agreement ( and the fact that a Consent Order was strong evidence of that ) then the obvious question, which is not easy to answer is, if you thought it was all right then, why is it not all right now ?
We negotiated the terms of the divorce (he had the major steak in the house as I moved out and he couldn''t afford to give me any more without selling and I just wanted a Clean Break). The divorce is all final apart from this Consent Order. I think he has always had this up his sleeve as he can still control my life (without this I am reluctant to remarry or buy a new house). Is there any other path I can take to ensure he has no future claim?
Why not write and warn him that if the order is not agreed and signed you will apply to court in say 14 days, its form A and costs £240, be warned though is using solicitors it can be very expensive indeed, in terms of cost if it goes all the way its not unusual to spend 15k or more, the good news is it usually ends well before then.