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Consent Order Lies

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23 Jan 20 #511171 by anon1981
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My ex stated that he did not intend to live with his partner in the next 6 months on the order

I knew he was already doing this and his solictor advised he was not in writing

I reported them for benefit fraud and this was investigated

His partner was investigated and it was found he was living there (no surprise!)

He has now admitted to living there officially (exactly 6 months after)

My whole Consent Order was based on the fact that he needed the funds from the sale of the house to house him and the kids which clearly he didn't

How can I approach this to remedy the crappy deal I was given?

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23 Jan 20 #511177 by WYSPECIAL
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It's unlikely to make any difference.

Courts bear in mind that new relationships are likely to fail plus he will just say that at the time he didn't have any intention of cohabiting, it was a later decision.

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