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C100 - withdrawing from the court, no order sought

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20 Feb 19 #506326 by michael007
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We are approaching our 6th hearing.

There are some recent developments - we are communicating well and everything is looking good.

I am aware of the incentives of the lawyers - getting paid for the preparation and attendance :|

What is the objective point of view (that's why asking on the forum) - can we withdraw on a basis that no further involvement of the court is needed?

Consent Order is also an option but we do not seem to find it necessary to have anything legally enforceable.

We would be happy to simply withdraw, "no order" as a result.



11.1 Taking cases out of the list

c) draft of the order being sought


Does it mean an order is required, cannot we just simply withdraw and let go?

Our previous litigation was done in good faith, do we need to worry about the costs pushed to one side or another?

So many things I would like to express - mostly the gratitude to my ex-wife who changed her stance and I have full confidence in her good intentions. Maybe I will describe all the developments in more details but for now we need to resolve our court situation first, getting technicalities out of the way.

Thank you for helping.

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