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Where a financial consent order is submitted to the court and includes provision for a lump sum payment to be paid within 14 working days of the date of the order, but the lump sum is then paid a few days after the signed order was lodged at court ie before the order is sealed and decree absolute granted, will this affect the consent order or the parties’ statement of information in Form D81 in any way?

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Published on LexisPSL on 18/09/2017

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  • Where a financial consent order is submitted to the court and includes provision for a lump sum payment to be paid within 14 working days of the date of the order, but the lump sum is then paid a few days after the signed order was lodged at court ie before the order is sealed and decree absolute granted, will this affect the consent order or the parties’ statement of information in Form D81 in any way?

Family Procedure Rules 2010 (FPR 2010), SI 2010/2955, 9.26(1)(b) provides for both parties to file with the court, and serve on the other party, a statement of information (in Form D81) when lodging a consent order. It is not necessary for Form D81 to be accompanied by any documentary evidence in support. It should, however, set out each party's current financial position and it is vital that the client understands they have

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