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Refusal to sign consent order

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03 Nov 07 #5807 by Jane2002
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I have sent my petition to the Courts but my x to be refuses to sign a Consent Order. I bought him out of the house, he moved out and the deeds are in my sole name. He has two pensions, Navy and Police and I have a private pension. The consent order states that he keeps his pensions and I keep mine. Can he try and claim from mine if he does not sign?


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