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remarried and need consent order for assets

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03 May 12 #328129 by assets
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Hi

Am remarried but with no financial agreement for previous marriage. We had two assets my pension and the house which I am still on the deeds and pay mortgage for as part of maintenance. I need resolution for future planning previous wife and I agree verbally on House and capital in it will be hers and pension mine. I also need to protect my current wife''s assets as she owns the house we live in. Can anyone tell me the best way forward. Both parties are in agreement just want something binding without incurring more costs. How long would this all take.

Thanks for any feedback

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03 May 12 #328135 by TBagpuss
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has your ex wife remarried? if not, she can still make an application to the court, so the way forward would be to get a consent ordr drawn up in which she was the Applicant and you the Respondent.

A Consent Order would usually include a paragraph recordeding that neither of you has any calim n the other''s assets except as st out in the order, and would include a lean break for neither of you to be able to make fresh claims. This protects you and your current wife

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