Obtaining a Consent Order is the only way divorced parties can ensure that any agreement reached by each other is enforceable in law. We can provide you with all of the necessary papers you need to file for your consent order with the courts for just £150.00.
File your own consent order with our help
A consent order allows you to make sure that following your divorce from your ex partner, neither party can go back to the court and ask for more money or assets.
You can apply for a consent order anytime after half way through your divorce process, at the decree nisi stage. It does not matter if you are already divorced, or half way through your process.
Obtaining a drafted consent order is very simple. You simply need to complete the order form, fill out a personal application form and receive a solicitor drafted consent order for you to file at court. You then liaise with our solicitor until you are both happy with the contents and ready to file.
Having a consent order after your divorce is made absolute, is massively important. Your ex partner could be able to apply for financial relief orders if you do not. Going through a divorce is stressful enough; you do not want to be back and forth to the court.
Unlike fully blown financial applications, you do not need to provide copies of any documents to the court, just a short statement of your income and assets.
A high street solicitor will charge at least £1500.00 for this service; Divorce-Online can help you obtain a drafted consent order for just £150.00. You will be minutes away from starting the process of securing your money and assets forever.
What you will receive with a DIY consent order service
- Solicitor Drafted Consent Order
- Individually drafted for each case - not a template document
- Statement of Information (financial details of both parties)
- Free guide to filling and the procedure to take it through court
- Free expert telephone and e-mail support throughout your case
- Amendments and further documents provided where advised
- Very Fast turnaround – 31 days to prepare your order
Please Note: All you need to do to obtain your consent order is to make sure that the consent order forms we provide you with have been agreed and signed by both parties, it is that simple. There is a standard court fee charge of £45.00 to apply for your consent order which is a separate cost and needs to be paid to the court.You may be exempt from paying court fees if you are on low income or benefits, please ask us for more information.