Going through a divorce is one of the most difficult times in a person’s life. Our solicitors are here to help support and guide you through the process in as amicable a way as possible.
We offer advice relating to divorce in all circumstances and can help advise you no matter what stage you are at in considering divorce.
To discuss how we can assist you then please arrange to contact us for a free initial consultation.
When considering divorce you must also consider your matrimonial finances. You should ensure to obtain appropriate legal advice before considering any agreement relating to your finances.
Many people will not be aware that following a divorce an order is necessary to confirm how both parties assets and liabilities are to be divided up. Until that order is obtained the parties finances will still remain open to be dealt with at a future date, whether the divorce is obtained or not.
Parties finances include, but are not limited to, bank accounts and investments in both parties’ sole or joint names, pensions, business assets, income, property, and many other aspects of both parties’ finances.
There are a number of misconceptions regarding parties assets and liabilities following a divorce which we can assist you in clearing up.
Whether it is a long or a short marriage, whether you have children or not, whether you consider your assets already dealt with – it is crucial you discuss the division of your finances following divorce with an expert who can advise you what you are entitled to.