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Clean Break consent order

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28 Nov 17 #497873 by Aniela
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If neither party wants to claim from the other does a financial statement have be given to the court in order for a clean Consent Order to be given.
I have already agreed via Solicitor that I will only take a certain amount for the joint property, when sold.
I do not basically want my ex husband ( we are already divorced) to have access to my present earnings or be entitled to any future earnings.

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29 Nov 17 #497880 by Clawed
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My ex and I filled out a D81 and just included very basic financial information about the assets we wanted dealt with in the consent order (house and pension).

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04 Jan 18 #498456 by LittleMrMike
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Aniela,

Yes, you both have to fill in the basic financial statement. This needed to enable the Court to judge whether the proposed agreement is a fair one.

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