If you are considering divorce, separation or dissolution of your civil partnership, we know that the financial implications can be very worrying for many of our clients.
We can advise you on all the financial matters you will need to consider, and help you to make financial arrangements that protect your interests and those of any children.
Property Adjustment Orders are court orders that determine what happens to the family home when you divorce or separate. Because these orders are usually final, we strongly advise that you talk to us about the implications of any agreement you make with your former partner.
We can help you with the arrangements for a maintenance order for yourself or your spouse and with maintenance orders for your children. We can also advise you on enforcement of a maintenance order, if your former partner has stopped the payments.
We can advise you on the best course of action in your specific personal circumstances. If the most appropriate solution for you on separation is going to be the transfer of a lump sum from one partner to the other, we can assist you with the negotiations for an appropriate amount, as well as any other arrangements for a clean-break settlement.
Many of our clients overlook the fact that a pension that has been paid into for the duration of your marriage or civil partnership is also a joint asset. We can help you with pension sharing orders, ensuring that you benefit from this joint asset.
We have over 30 years of experience in advising families experiencing relationship breakdown and understand the importance of listening to our clients and providing them with sensitive yet realistic advice.
Members of the department are accredited by the Law Society and follow the Resolution Code of Practice (which is nationally recognised by family lawyers) so you can be confident that you are receiving the highest quality of advice and assistance, from lawyers who will always aim to minimise the stress involved.
Our solicitors will give you sympathetic, realistic advice on the best approach in your situation and how to manage the process in as straightforward and amicable way as possible.
If you have any questions, or would like to arrange a confidential appointment, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team on 020 3012 1482 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.