Consent Order generally describes what is to happen to each of the main assets (property, savings, shares, businesses and pensions). It sometimes also covers child and spousal maintenance (where applicable). Pension sharing agreements are a common clause in a Consent Order (where applicable).
Couples can use a clean break only if you both wish to prevent any claims in the future and both of you do not have any assets and simply want to dismiss any future financial claims, or you have already divided your assets between you on an amicable basis. You may wish to consider a clean break order even if you do not have any assets at the present time.
If you both are still dividing marital assets, such as a house, pension or savings as part of the divorce process then you can use a standard or detailed consent order. By filing the order at court you set out the agreement that you have reached formally. It can also prevent any claims in the future.
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