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Financial order

Sammy
09.12.2022 16:31:55

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Can you please explain what do you mean by
"The applicant is not intending to apply to the court for financial orders. "

Does it mean that the applicant is not gonna interfere with my property or assets?

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Holly from amicable
06.02.2023 20:49:44

Hi Sammy,

"The applicant is not intending to apply to the court for financial orders" suggests that the person who's applied for the divorce isn't going to ask the court for a financial order.

If you want to make the arrangements you've come to legally binding, you can submit a consent order (if you both agree) once you've reached the conditional order stage. This will need to be drafted by a legal professional such as amicable, and it becomes legally binding once approved by a judge. This will normally contain a clean break clause ending future claims.

I hope that helps.

Thanks, Holly

Klodian
28.06.2023 18:56:41

The applicant is not intending to apply to the court for financial orders what is this mean also if it’s not going to the court is this one final

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