The Barder principle comes from the 1987 case of Barder v Barder, and allows a family law court to exercise its discretion to grant leave to appeal a Consent Order or a Final Order, out of time. For such an appeal to succeed, certain conditions must be satisfied
Having advised & represented thousands of people going through divorce, it may be useful if I share some of my own experiences with you and highlight a few factors you should consider when choosing the right solicitor for you.
We offer several packages to help you meet the costs of your divorce a. The free 15 minute consultation. This can be on the phone or face to face. It’s a no obligation opportunity to discuss your case and questions with a professional matrimonial solicitor. b. The full consultation. This is charged at £200 plus […]
Challenging or Appealing Consent Orders We are regularly asked whether a Consent Order (which is a court order that couples voluntarily agreed to) can be challenged. Clearly it’s a contradiction in terms – because you want to appeal an agreement, which you yourself signed up to in the first place! However; there can be many […]