Financial Consent Order £150 - How & Why You Should Obtain One
A consent order (clean break order) is a legal document that states how you intend to separate your assets and finances when ending your marriage.
To make any financial agreement legally binding, you will need to get a solicitor to draft you a consent order detailing how you intend to divide your assets within the marriage.
Obtaining a consent order is the only way divorcing parties can ensure that any agreement reached is legally enforceable, which will then prevent any future claims being made by both parties.
Your consent order agreement can include details on how you are going to divide up your assets, including:
- Pension Sharing - we don't charge extra to handle your pension sharing order.
- The Former Matrimonial Home.
- Assets - Savings, Property, Business.
- A clean break order to prevent future claims.
- Child Maintenance & Spousal maintenance.
In order to obtain a consent order after your divorce, both parties will need to be in agreement on the division of your assets. This is because a consent order is a voluntary agreement and must be signed and approved by both parties.
If you are unsure as to whether you need a consent order, we have answered the most frequently asked question on consent orders - Find out if you need a consent order and how the procedure works.
You can find template consent order documents online for a small fee, but for your consent order to be accepted and made legally binding by a judge, you will need a solicitor to draft the agreement for you, but this does not have to cost a fortune.
The Main Benefits to Using our Consent Order Service
- Fast Turnaround – Each consent order is usually individually drafted within 28 days of receiving your details.
- Legally Binding – This service will make your financial agreement legally binding at court.
- Piece of Mind - Move on with your life with the knowledge that no future claims can be made against you.
- Affordable – At £150 fixed fee, this service is over £750 cheaper than most high street law firms.
- Professionally Drafted - A qualified solicitor will draft your consent order and will not be a template order.
Any amendments or changes to the drafted agreement are included in the £150 fixed fee cost, so there are no hidden or extra charges to this service.
Total costs associated with this consent order service
There are mandatory court-filing fees when you file a consent order that are currently £50, unless you are on a low-income or receive certain benefits you will need to pay this when posting your documents into court.
This will take the total cost of obtaining a consent order to £200 with this service, which is over £700 cheaper than most online and high street solicitors firms provide.