Consent orders are issued by the Court to finalise property arrangements that have been agreed upon by both parties. You must submit a court application along with the proposed orders.

Typically, a lawyer drafts these documents, which are then signed by both parties before being provided to the Court. A court registrar then reviews the documents to ensure they align with the Court’s standards.

If approved, the Court seals the orders, which become final and legally binding. Neither you nor your solicitor need to attend court for this process.

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