Hi, thank you for your question. Are you intending on divorcing or are you seeking a postnuptial agreement?
Thanks. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:-How old are you both?-Do you have any children together, if so their ages and proposed arrangements?-What other assets and pensions do you both have (both sole and joint), together with values?-What are your respective incomes?
No children from the marriage.She has daughters from previous, both working but living with her.I have a son from previous and pay £500 maintenance per monthNo assets apart from our cars which are leasedI am 50 this year, she is 55.Sole pensions, she has 17 year service final salary and a small stakeholder schemeI ha e final salary of 15 year. Not sure about values of pensions so farI earn £86k, she earns £30k.---
Thanks you for your above response (there is no need to start a new question as we can continue here).
Given that you have reached an agreement, you will need to draft a consent order (preferably using a solicitor) to reflect this agreement. You will then each need to fill in a D81 form (a financial information sheet) outlining each of your financial positions, and once the Decree Nisi is granted in the divorce, the consent order and D81s can be submitted to court for the judge to approve. Once approved this will finalise the financial agreement between you.
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This can all be dealt with in the consent order which will be drafted by your/her solicitors to settle the finances