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Topic: Re: Timescales on enforcing consent order
Written By: Itsmefee - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
In relation to the order I believe it is very poorly worded, which I did bring to the attention of my ex's Solicitor, however it appeared to fall on deaf ears. Probably serves me right for not having any legal representation during the process. Now I am stuck with it. I was surprised at the time when the judge agreed to it and made the order but she was totally "peeved off" at our c
Topic: Re: Timescales on enforcing consent order
Written By: Itsmefee - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, Yes, the house is jointly owned in both names with a mortgage still outstanding with the National Counties Building Society, which I continued to pay after he left 4 years ago and only stopped paying in May this year after he moved his new family in. He appears to be making payments according to the mortgage statement I received. Unfortunately, there is no direct communication between
Topic: Re: Timescales on enforcing consent order
Written By: Itsmefee - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
The order was made that I remain in the property until my Son reached 18 or I found somewhere else to live. Which ever event triggered first. I was on a housing Association waiting list, after 18 months I was offered a property, which my Son and I moved into. The matrimonial home was then to be put up for sale. However, a few days after I moved out before I could put the house on the market my
Topic: Re: Timescales on enforcing consent order
Written By: Itsmefee - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
There are no timescales within the Consent Order. It states the property should be sold and any proceeds from sale equally split. It also says there should be a 22% pension sharing order from his Police Pension which is already in payment. It has been 5 months and the property has not gone up for sale. I am still locked out of the property while he lives there with his new family. I have hear
Topic: Re: Time is running out, can I force sale of property?
Written By: Itsmefee - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Can I ask another question here on this issue ? My ex husband asked for our matrimonial home to be put up for sale and the proceeds split 50-50. This is what our consent order states. He has since said that he now wants to purchase the property for himself and his new family. Will he now have to purchase the property by way of a bid once it has been put up for sale or can it be done via a TR1.
Topic: Timescales on enforcing consent order
Written By: Itsmefee - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Back in May my ex husband had a consent order agreed by the judge in the case which said the matrimonial home should be sold and proceeds split 50/5 and also that he should provide me with a 22% share of his Police Pension. I would like to ask how long is reasonable to allow him to A. put the house up for sale and B. Start the transfer of my share of his pension. The house is ready for sa
Topic: Re: What happens when a consent order is rejected?
Written By: Itsmefee - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
During my last hearing for a consent order which my ex applied for, the Judge refused to give the order due to the fact that it simply was not fair. Despite my ex adn I eventually agreeing to it the Judge went on to to say that there would not be a judge in the land that would sign off what we had put in front of her. My case was probably a bit extreme as I did not want to accept any share of pen
Topic: Bit of a Mess. Unsure what topic to put under
Written By: Itsmefee - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
1. History of Domestic Violence during marriage, documented by GP and Authorities at time. No Police involvement. 2. My ex moved out of matrimonial home in 2015, he moved in with new partner and her family in another town. 3. Ex applies for child contact of our Son, had to withdraw his application after damning CAFCASS report re abuse. No access. 4. Takes me to court to try and force m
Topic: Re: Consent order help needed
Written By: Itsmefee - 8 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
It just seems counter productive to add water to the fire as the fight then has to go on because one party does not wish to take anything away from the marriage. I feel like somehow my rights to make my own decisions have been taken away from me. I am struggling to make sense of it but do get why a Judge just can't make any order that is requested. My battle goes on and on...........
Topic: Re: Consent order help needed
Written By: Itsmefee - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Surely as an intelligent consenting adult I am entitled to say no to something that I categorically do not want or need and still obtain a clean break. The Judge has interpreted the law in relation to it being unfair and has said no. Thankfully I represent myself in court but I know my ex has spent thousands of pounds on his Solicitor already and two years down the line, four hearings later we a
Topic: Re: Consent order help needed
Written By: Itsmefee - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
At the last hearing I told the judge I wanted none of those things from my ex husband and she refused to give a clean break. She said she could agree to some of the terms in the consent order like allowing my Son and I to remain in the property but she would not give a clean break as it didn't satisfy the law in relation to what's was fair. I was being forced to take things I didn't want. 2 year
Topic: Being forced into taking share of Ex's pension
Written By: Itsmefee - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I have been divorced from my ex husband for over a year now, he left over three years ago after being abusive and having an affair. I divorced him for adultery. He is now trying to sort out a financial settlement so that he can get a clean break and move on with wife No 4 and her two kids. He has dragged me through the courts trying to get me to sell the matrimonial home but failed and is no
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