Hello. I left my wife in 2014 (after 15 years of marriage) & despite my best efforts, she will not engage in property settlement negotiations. She has a lawyer and I have had unpleasant experiences with two lawyers so far with no results or progress and now legal bills to pay. Because of bad decisions during our marriage, our assets = liabilities. I have personal debt that I incurred to move out in order to rent a place. I am also paying joint debts off. I also pay significant child support for teenage children who predominantly live with her. The family house needs to be sold in order to retire the joint debts. I earn roughly 3 1/2 times more than her and have 3 times more superannuation. I am prepared to lose some of my superannuation. Realistically, I'm prepared for a 60/40 or so split because of future needs. I'm trying to do everything I can within my control to progress things myself as I can't afford high legal costs. My mind is turning to putting an offer to her lawyer and also my disclosure requirements under Ch 13 of the Family law rules. It would not make sense for either of us for this to go to court, however I feel I'm running out of options. Is there a checklist or examples with discharging disclosure? That is, is it statements and transactions for that period for everything or just balances? Also, can I lodge consent orders without the other party agreeing? Am I mad trying to do this all on my own and represent myself? Apologies if this is too much info, but I would really appreciate any help, suggestions or info. Many thanks.