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Financial split AFTER decree absolute (2 Posts)
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09 February, 2018 05:23PM
Financial split AFTER decree absolute
MartinT - 09 February, 2018 05:23PM
My ex wife and I divorced in March last year. We did not get a clean break divorce but would now like to end all
Financial ties to each other. I have looked online but can’t see how to do this, please help. We have no property or finances together. We have one child who is now 18. We previously agreed that no more money would change hands. So it is just a legal
Agreement we want so there is no actions possible in the future.
Re: Financial split AFTER decree absolute
davidterry - 09 February, 2018 06:04PM
In order to make it formal and final you need a court order. This can be done by consent and if you are both agreed it is a matter of drafting an appropriate document, submitting the relevant paperwork to the court and paying the court fee. Doing this normally requires the assistance of a solicitor. If you are both agreed the cost should be modest.
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