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Consent order - questions (2 Posts)
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12 May, 2017 09:27AM
Consent order - questions
stephanie0378 - 12 May, 2017 09:27AM
Hi

I have just completed the consent order application process which of course the details added are true as of today. What happens in the meantime (time lapsed between application and completion of order) if situation changes? - ie questions asked about whether I intend to cohabitate or not - I said no (which is true) but what if things change in that respect in the meantime? would that cause problems?

Thanks
Re: Consent order - questions
davidterry - 12 May, 2017 02:34PM
Both parties are under a duty of full and frank disclosure which continues up to the point any terms of settlement are approved by a court. If you know that your circumstances have changed in a material way you have a duty to disclose that to the other side. if you do not you run the risk that the court order can subsequently be set aside for non disclosure. Trivial changes are of no consequence (bank balances fluctuate) but material ones are (eg inheriting half a million).
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