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Topic: Consent Order and change of surname.
Written By: Outland47 - 2 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello All. The Consent Order is about to be signed by all parties. But it appears the Applicant will be getting married in the coming year or so. So my question is please, now the Applicant will have a new surname, will this effect the Consent Order as the Applicant's surnames will be different? Many thanks,
Topic: Re: Lieing to the courts
Written By: Outland47 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
What happens if some incorrect (on purpose) financial details has been declared on the Form E and they are proved to be a lie?
Topic: Lieing to the courts
Written By: Outland47 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello all. Please can you tell me what happens if someone has been found to be lieing with information on their Form E? Thanks.
Topic: Re: Information about the Consent Form.
Written By: Outland47 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Yes and I agree totally. I have kept the courts up to date clearly stating that I have not received anything from the applicant and therefore can't book an appointment with my solicitor to sit down and go through the consent form to either agree with it or throw up any queries. It's all totally out of my hands and in the hands of the applicant.
Topic: Re: Information about the Consent Form.
Written By: Outland47 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
davidterry - thanks for your helpful advice. So the 15 minute will be interesting as I won't be signing anything before it. Still haven't received a copy of the form and the hearing is early next week.
Topic: Re: Information about the Consent Form.
Written By: Outland47 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks, but what I mean is, can the Judge go ahead and agree and sign the Consent Form concluded if, I haven't signed it? The hearing can't be postponed now, so it will have to go ahead and more than likely, with a consent form that is not signed by me. I only have a few working days to actually receive the form, read it, hopefully be happy with it, get my solicitor to do the same and then
Topic: Re: Information about the Consent Form.
Written By: Outland47 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for the information. So the court hearing is going ahead, as it is too late too adjourn, and at that time the Consent Form will not be signed. What will happen during the hearing and what will be the outcome please?
Topic: Information about the Consent Form.
Written By: Outland47 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
A final court appearance is due next week in Manchester's family courts. The terms and conditions to do with the financial situation has been agreed and now still awaiting the consent form from the applicant. Plus the applicant may be adding some new clauses to the financial agreement, which, as yet, I have read or agreed with. So I have read nothing to be able to sign and agree with, plus of co
Topic: Re: Solicitor acknowledgement
Written By: Outland47 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Okay thanks. Simply, I need to know, if the Applicant has the legal right to know if I have a Solicitor with me on the day of hearing or not? Why do I need to inform the Applicant of such information. All paperwork is coming directly to me.
Topic: Re: Solicitor acknowledgement
Written By: Outland47 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
The other party is sending me the copy of documents, so there's no need there. The Applicant would then feel it is necessary to also have a Solicitor, as it stands the Applicant doesn't have one. Could be advantageous to me????
Topic: Solicitor acknowledgement
Written By: Outland47 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello all. I am about to sit our another hearing. Through email, the Applicant keeps on wanting to know if I am being represented by/with a Solicitor. I am obliged to tell the Applicant if I have a Solicitor with me, for the court hearing, or can I not bother answering please? Why should the Applicant know?
Topic: Re: Shortfall on Endowment/Property share query.
Written By: Outland47 - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Sorry but I am still confused. This is all so new to me plus our first court hearing is tomorrow. I still need to know if the share is a bigger % for me, will it mean that I will have to pay a bigger % of the shortfall of the Endowment please? Sorry for my dumbness, but this is all really going right over my head. Apologies.
Topic: Re: Shortfall on Endowment/Property share query.
Written By: Outland47 - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for your indepth replies. You are saying it is an asset even though there will be more than likely a shortfall of about £15-20k? Thanks,
Topic: Re: Shortfall on Endowment/Property share query.
Written By: Outland47 - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you HatMan, but I am still confused.... sorry. Basically the question is if I get more of a share of the property's price, will I have to pay that much more on the Endowment shortfall payment please? Thanks, in advance.
Topic: Shortfall on Endowment/Property share query.
Written By: Outland47 - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello all. I am new here. I am going through the financial settlement part of the divorce and would like to know the following. I am at the family home with my two daughters as the Wife left home. The Mother does not see her children. I would like more than 50% of the property when the youngest turns 18. We have an endowment that will have a shortfall on maturity. Please can someon
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