Whether you are married or living together, you will need to deal with the financial arrangements when separating.
For some couples this is very straightforward but even in those circumstances it always a good idea to ensure that a legal agreement is signed to prevent your partner from making any claims against you in the future.
Many people want to deal with things amicably and can agree on what happens to any assets. This is the most simple and cost-effective way of moving on. Our experts can help with negotiations and will ensure that any agreements reached are correctly documented.
If you are going through a divorce, the financial agreement can be completed at the same time as the divorce proceedings.
Involving the courts
If an agreement cannot be reached the only way to resolve the disagreement is to apply to the courts. We will complete all the paperwork for you and will represent you at any court hearings. Even when the courts are involved, we will continue to negotiate on your behalf to conclude the matter quickly and with minimum cost.
Whether you have to involve the courts or not, we will discuss with you at every stage the likelihood your expectations are likely to be met and whether the costs of continuing are justified.
Why act now?
The sooner you contact us the quicker you will be able to take positive steps forward. It is particularly important, when there is a dispute, to take legal advice as soon possible. Acting now could mean that you have a better chance of achieving the best possible outcome for you whether this relates to divorce, separation, children, financial disputes, or domestic abuse.