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Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:
-Are you in England or Wales?
-How long were you married for?
-How long have you been separated?
-How old is your daughter?
Thanks for confirming. You can note his new relationship in your facts of unreasonable behaviour and you do not require his agreement to proceed under this fact.
In relation to the consent order and child arrangement orders, you will unlikely find a solicitor who will represent and advice both of you regarding these matters as it will likely cause a conflict of interest and you will both need to obtain independent legal advice individually regarding your various options and rights based on the full facts of your case. As agreement has been reached, one of you can approach solicitors to prepare the consent order and child arrangement agreement and then the other will need to approach separate solicitors to get advice (if they wish to do so).
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For the financial agreement you should use the following template: http://www.jordanpublishing.co.uk/system/redactor_assets/documents/2243/Financial_Remedy_Omnibus__final_.doc
For the children agreement you can use this as a template: http://www.jordanpublishing.co.uk/system/redactor_assets/documents/303/CAP04.doc
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To add to the above
If what you wish is a written record of the agreement between you regarding your child you will do better with a Parenting Plan
Whilst this will not be sealed by the court it is a good guide to the agreement that you reach and will be more flexible in the long term
With regard to the Financial Order
you may find this more user friendly
That is an Order that should go to before the court together with Form D81
Another option would be to use Family mediation to reach agreement - they will have standard wording for agreements that can be turned into court orders
You are most welcome - I hope you are able to agree things
That is not actually correct I am afraid - he is unlikely to have to pay child maintenance and hafd the mortgage
He will have to pay child maintenance.
Spouse maintenance will depend on your respective incomes.