Hi, thank you for your question. Was the financial settlement approved by the court and was it made by consent?
Thank you for confirming. Unfortunately, if the consent order has been approved by the court you will not be able to apply to vary a lump sum settlement unless you are able to prove that there was fraud or misrepresentation by the other party that would have led to a materially different outcome than the one reached.
I appreciate that this may not be the answer you would have hoped for but if you found my information provided helpful please could you rate my response positively using the stars at the top of this page as I will not be credited for my response without a positive rating.
Hi, this question remains open. If you found my information provided helpful please could you rate my response positively using the stars at the top of this page as I will not be credited for my response without a positive rating.
Thanks - are you able to attach the order using the paperclip icon so that I can consider this?
Hi, this question remains open. Please could you provide the requested information so that I can assist you.
Thanks. The court has specifically ordered for him to transfer the property to you within 56 days and upon transfer to pay you the lump sum of £20,000. If this has not been done then you would need to apply to court for enforcement of the order using form D11 and a £155 court fee to the family court.
If he does not comply with the lump sums for the children then you would need to follow the same procedure in the future.
I hope this assists you. If you found this information helpful please provide a positive rating using the stars at the top of this page. I will not be credited for your question without a positive rating. Thank you.