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Setting aside a consent order

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3 months 3 weeks ago #512108 by Trebor1234
Setting aside a consent order was created by Trebor1234
Doed anyone have any guidance on how to fill out a D11 to set aside a consent order?

I am 100% certain my reasons are valid. But I don't have hard evidence to convince the Judge. I need to get hold of information that my wife has such as company bank statements. What would be the procedure in this case.

At what point to I then supply my substantiated case. At a hearing or appended to a subseqeunt application?

Thanks

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1 month 4 weeks ago #512745 by LittleMrMike
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At the risk of stating the obvious - a consent order means that the Court is giving legal effect to an agreement you have made with your ex.
You can't appeal against an order to which you agreed. The only
exception is if your wife deceived you, made a false statement or
withheld material facts. The burden of proving this is on you.

Sorry, but it's like appealing against a criminal conviction when you
pleaded guilty.

LMM

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