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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.

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22 Jun 12 #338492 by jerseygirl100
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Hello , can anyone tell me what "no order as to costs" means when accompanied on a financial proposal letter that has been received from ex''s solicitor.

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22 Jun 12 #338495 by dukey
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I assume this is a draft Consent Order, all it means is you both pay your own legal costs, nothing to worry about.

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23 Jun 12 #338512 by jerseygirl100
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It is not a draft Consent Order, just a financial proposal pointing out other side''s proposal. List of items with bullet points alongside.

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23 Jun 12 #338520 by dukey
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It''s what they propose as an order, it amounts to the same thing, they suggest you each pay your own legal costs.

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