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What is a Consent Order and why do we need one?

A Consent Order is a legally binding document that finalises a divorcing couple's agreement on property, pensions and other assets.


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21 Mar 12 #319348 by markturner2007
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During my divorce I got a Consent Order, agreed by the ex-wife for me to receive the property as she refused to pay the mortgage.

I am now at the stage where she has received the legal paperwork to sign the house over and is refusing. This is down to the fact that I have applied for a remortgage with my current partner. She herself remarried over a year ago.

She is claiming the Consent Order says she will sign the house over to me, not me and someone else.

Does she have any valid point here or is she clearly in breach of the Consent Order and I can force the issue?

She doesnt want the property but doesnt want to make my life easy either.

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21 Mar 12 #319352 by dukey
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Perhaps the easiest solution is for your ex to transfer ownership to you and then you add your partner to the deeds.

The other option is to go back to court for a judge to decide, which isn''t good for anyone.

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21 Mar 12 #319353 by markturner2007
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I have considered that, just a pain having to go through the remortgage process again with the bank, adding on more weeks to get this sorted.

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21 Mar 12 #319355 by happyagain
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But you don''t have to on the deeds to be on the mortgage do you? If your partner accepts that you will add her on later then this might be a way around such awkwardness.

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