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Financial and property matters relating to divorce

 

Financial matters relating to separation

There are various financial matters that may be involved in separation, including what will happen to any savings, pension plans, shares and investments and any other financial assets. You may also need to agree a maintenance settlement, including a child maintenance agreement.

We can help negotiate an appropriate settlement or represent you in court where you and your former partner cannot agree a fair settlement voluntarily. Where you do agree a settlement voluntarily, we can help you apply for a court order to make this agreement binding, reducing the potential for any future conflict if one or both parties change their minds about the agreement.

 

Property matters relating to separation 

In any separation, deciding what happens to your home is often one of the biggest issues that needs resolving. Where you own a home with your partner, we can help reach a fair settlement on what happens to the property, including who gets to keep possession and what financial compensation the other party will receive.

We can also help with settlements relating to any other property you own, including commercial property and residential buy-to-let property. This includes advising on any tax implications involved in the sale of property.

 

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The financial side of a divoce: find out more

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