I don't have a copy of the order but I can email you copies of two letters from my solicitor at the time if this would help at all.
Confirm may be a strong word but they certainly state that she enclosed the forms for us to sign and lodge with the court. The consent order apparently set out the terms of the agreement and clearly states it relates to the two endowment policies and the fact we will have equal shares on maturity.. The only other thing it mentions is child maintenance. It also states it was supposed to be a clean break.
No I have never remarried. He has remarried though.
If I contact a solicitor, it will cost me. The court has already told me they have no record of any order being filed which basically means although he told me he would sign and lodge the order with the court, he didn't.
If it goes back to court will it cost me? Can I claim back any costs from him? My original solicitor wants to charge me £200 for the initial appointment. I just want a letter sending to him telling him I could make a claim if I wish and asking him to play fair with regards ***** ***** two policies. I actually don't want anything more from him. I do feel we need a clean break though. How do I go about organising this? Again I don't feel I should have to pay for it as I paid already for the original advice which he apparently has totally disregarded.
Would that have been their responsibility? The letter I have from them suggests that it was up to me or my ex-husband to file it with the court. I do find this strange as my ex could not be trusted at the time and it now appears I am right as he certainly did not lodge it with the court which they have confirmed.