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Topic: Re: When Can I Change The Locks
Written By: BJS27 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I now have the Decree Absolute and am waiting for him to send me his bank details so I can transfer his money. The consent order says the house is mine and that I am buying it off him. It says that on receipt of the money he will remove his name from the deeds to the house. I am in the process of getting the paperwork done to get him off the deeds, but I have to do it with my remortgage ap
Topic: When Can I Change The Locks
Written By: BJS27 - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My husband left the marital home in December and we are very close to being divorced. We have the nisi, the consent order has been approved and the application for the absolute is hopefully at court. I have remained in the marital home and am going to be buying his share of the house from him (I won't give him the money until he gets the absolute as I want it fully legally binding as hes been
Topic: Consent Orders
Written By: BJS27 - 8 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My soon to be ex-husband is getting his solicitor to write up a consent order for what we have both agreed. There are no children to the marriage so its just about how we split the assets etc His solicitor is telling him we will both have to attend court and talk to a judge. Well, she will speak for him, and I will have to speak for myself. That is not my understanding of consent orders. I di
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