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What are we each entitled to in our divorce settlement?

What does the law say about how to split the house, how to share pensions and other assets, and how much maintenance is payable.

What steps can we take to reach a fair agreement?

The four basic steps to reaching an agreement on divorce finances are: disclosure, getting advice, negotiating and implementing a Consent Order.

What is a Consent Order and why do we need one?

A Consent Order is a legally binding document that finalises a divorcing couple's agreement on property, pensions and other assets.


Need help in completing D180 form!

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22 Jul 20 #513385 by FeeBee67
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Top right hand box is NOT to completed by you.

Once completed, we had to submit the D180 form to the same county court where my now-husband had had his divorce papers issued.
We spoke to the court reception by phone beforehand to confirm the procedure and we had to pay 60 pounds. (They took payment over the phone from my credit card and sent me the receipt along with the signed documents).
Just to be on the safe side we also attached photocopies of the Decree Nisi and decree.
From submitting the form (we did so by registered post) to receiving the signed copy back took 4 weeks as they told us the judge was always very busy!!

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23 Jul 20 #513391 by RickA
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thanks for the advice so far.
quick clarification did you send multiple or single copy of the d-180 form?
did you send documents and then they called you for payment?
or did you call them prior to sending documents?
i have no idea which number, tried a call yesterday and they simple recorded message saying too busy call back later.
thanks rick

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23 Jul 20 #513393 by FeeBee67
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I would suggest to play it safe and definitely contact the county court prior to sending any documentation. The information I’ve shared on the process we had to follow is back from 2016, so possibly things may have changed.

Prior to this, I had actually emailed the court directly because I wanted in writing, exactly what documentation needed to be submitted. I simply Googled the county court to find their phone number & email address.

This was their reply:

The court would require a completed D180 (Article 39) and fee of £60 in order to process and certify the Decree Absolute as requested. The D180 form can be downloaded from website www.justice.gov.uk under forms and guidance. The court accepts payment of the fee by cash, postal orders and cheques payable to HMCTS.

Good luck!

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27 Jul 20 #513474 by Korbi korbi
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Sir good day you have helped a lot with your writing like men in other people's have the same problem with d180 the questions is like that if I send it this with email if I complete it d180 will be accepted also how can I pay if I don't have a credit card and I will pay it from far away from Albania thank you a lot and I wish you a good day.

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