In certain circumstances, you and your spouse/partner will have had a discussion about how to distribute the matrimonial assets and you will be satisfied with the agreement you have reached. Please note, however, that this agreement is not legally binding unless it is included in a legal document. This means that, if there is no legally binding agreement, each party could change its mind at any time in the future, even if you have already shared the wealth or spent the money. If you are considering divorce proceedings, the agreement may be included in a court order. Kew Law may write a court order and related legal documents on your behalf. This can then be sent to a district judge for court approval on the pronouncement of the Nisi decree in divorce proceedings. The court order is sent to the Court of Justice with the agreement of both parties and is often referred to as a consent decision. Approval orders can be broad, ranging from very simple orders, which provide for full and final execution, to more complex markets, which deal with a large number of marital assets. Kew Law can advise you on the fairness of the agreement you have reached so that you are sure that the agreement you have discussed with your partner is in your legal interest.