Proposed Orders by Consent

To make your financial separation agreement official in financial consent orders, there are two documents that need to be prepared—Application for Consent Orders and Proposed Orders by Consent. 


The process

Once the documents have been prepared, you and your partner are happy with the documents, you sign the paperwork, get legal advice (optional) and then submit the paperwork to the court to be approved. If the agreement is determined to be fair (“just and equitable”) according to what the law says, then your agreement will be stamped and approved by the court. You’ll both receive a copy of the stamped orders in the mail.

You then simply need to implement the agreement.

See, it’s really not that complex! 

Our solution

By using automated software, we make it easy for you to prepare your own draft agreement paperwork using our templates prepared by an experienced family lawyer.

You simply answer questions about your agreement, make payment, press submit and you’ll immediately receive your draft paperwork via email.

From there, it’s up to you to carefully read the draft paperwork and take steps to make it official.

How much

  • $905 including GST – no superannuation split (ie. you each keep your own)
  • $1,320 including GST – superannuation is being transferred*

Our prices are lower than what you’d expect to pay with other traditional law firms. Why? Because we pass the savings in overheads in operating online onto you.

*Different fee applies if SMSF. Contact us for further information.

What’s included

  • Proposed Orders by Consent (draft)
  • Letter to superfund providing procedural fairness (as applicable)(draft)
  • Letter to superfund serving consent orders (as applicable)(draft)
  • Affidavit proving superannuation value(s) and procedural fairness (as applicable)
  • Financial Consent Orders Handbook, which includes important information about your draft paperwork, the process, other matters that are or might be relevant to you and provide suggested instructions on how to sign and submit your paperwork to the court.


  • Easy to understand questions
  • Simple to use
  • Complete online
  • Complies with the court’s form of order
  • Complete from the convenience of your own home day or night
  • Reduce or eliminate lawyer involvement
  • How-to handbook on what to do you with your draft paperwork
  • All documents (draft) provided in word format


  • Complete with your partner together
  • Save hundreds or thousands of dollars
  • Reduce or eliminate lawyer involvement
  • Save time
  • Feel relieved
  • Be in control
  • Minimise conflict
  • Get clarity on the process and next steps

Getting started

To get started you’ll want to:

  • Have a clear understanding of your agreement
  • Have a list all of the assets (real estate, cash, shares, vehicles etc.), debts and superannuation that you and your partner own—whether separately or jointly.
  • Have your credit card handy to make payment.

The questionnaire is designed to be completed in one sitting.

Get Started!