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Statement of information for Consent order? Require solicitor? (2 Posts)
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14 May, 2017 07:33PM
Statement of information for Consent order? Require solicitor?
xhikarux - 14 May, 2017 07:33PM
Hi I see along with the consent order I also have to epinclude the statement if information and financial order forms. Can anyone let me know if the statement if information one needs signature by a solicitor? What happens if we are negotiating between ourselves only? We still need to go to solicitor?
Re: Statement of information for Consent order? Require solicitor?
Bubblegum - 14 May, 2017 07:42PM
You only need a solicitor to sign the D81 if you are represented. If you are a litigant in person, you would just sign it yourself. I think you would be wise to seek independent legal advice before signing a consent order though.
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