Financial agreement, how much will it cost?

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Financial Agreement


If both parties agree on a financial settlement (regardless of split 50/50, 70/30, leave with what you brought etc) can this be granted without the costly additional mediation, legal and courts fees?


martyn at 06.04.2022 6:24:27

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Hi Martyn, thanks for reaching out to amicable. In order for your financial arrangements to be made legally binding you would need to submit a consent order to court to be reviewed and approved by a judge. A judge will want to ensure your agreement is deemed 'fair'. We offer a consent order drafting service, where we won't 'unpick' your agreement, however, our drafting team will be able to go back to you and flag an area where a judge might want further clarification. Our consent order service is £900 plus the £53 court fee, and can be split between you both and spread across three months. You can then decide whether you need some extra help through a coaching session, or if you want us to go ahead and send the consent order to court. Book in a free 15-minute advice call to understand your options.

Holly from amicable at 20.07.2022 14:37:07

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