Clients quite often ask How to apply for Consent orders? The court requires you to file two documents in Order to have Consent Orders made. Firstly, you have to file a document entitled “Application for Consent Orders”. For a property settlement, this document sets out all of your assets and all of your liabilities as well as a table which explains in mathematical terms what the Consent Orders say in words in terms of the outcome. There are also questions about what each party contributed to the relationship, and whether there are any ‘future needs’ issues that the court needs to have regard to. . If you are seeking parenting Consent Orders your Application also answers questions with respect to the children, most notably in relation to their current living arrangements, and their health and education and financial support.
Secondly, you also have to file a Minute of Order which sets out in detail all of the Consent Orders that you are asking the court to make. For a property settlement, you must detail who will retain what in terms of assets, who will pay for what in terms of liabilities, and whether there will be any transfers of assets or liabilities as between the parties. For a parenting case, you might to set out how much time the children will spend with each party including time on special occasions such as birthdays and Christmas. You can also ask for Consent Orders about other things such as travel arrangements, changeover arrangements, supervision and the children’s involvement in extracurricular activities.
If both documents are filed and the documents are properly drafted then a Family Court Registrar in Chambers will review the matter and, if appropriate, make the Orders sought in accordance with the documents you have submitted. Under no circumstances will the Court ever vary what you are seeking and if there are problems with what you have submitted the documents will be returned to you with a requisition notice which you must complete before resubmitting the documents to the Court for further review.
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