In some instances parties have an agreement where one party will pay to the other spousal maintenance. Spousal maintenance might be paid by way of a lump sum or by way of regular payments, say weekly or fortnightly. If the parties agree to this, then spousal maintenance Orders can be provided for and included in your Consent Orders. The agreement for the payment of spousal maintenance then becomes legally binding. You can have a spousal maintenance Order made by Consent whether you were married to the other person or in a defacto relationship with them. You don’t have to have been married. You can put whatever rules around the payment of spousal maintenance that you want to and that suit both parties. For example, you might put a time frame around the spousal maintenance payments, so that they might continue for a period of time, or until, for example, a child of the relationship attain a certain age. Many people use spousal maintenance while they are undertaking a course of study that will enable them to re-enter the workforce, and earn their own income.
In the same way that normal Consent Orders finalising, say, your property settlement are legally binding, Consent Orders that deal with the payment of spousal maintenance at similarly also legally binding. This means that they can ban be enforced by one party against the other if they are not followed or complied with.
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If you need someone to talk to about a consent order specifically or have general questions about consent orders, Kate Austin Family Law can help. We are dedicated to Consent Orders in NSW and Queensland. When it comes to consent orders Family Court can be a complicated place, and it pays to have somebody like Kate Austin Family Law on your side. If you would like to discuss with us Spousal Maintenance in Consent Orders please contact our office
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So, get in touch with Kate Austin Family Law today and you can feel confident that you are getting the information on consent orders you’ve been looking for. If you would like to find out more information in relation to Spousal Maintenance in Consent Orders we suggest you contact the Family Could of Australia Website for further information.