Family Finance Law Solicitors
Whether you are married, living together or in a civil partnership, the breakdown of your relationship will carry specific implications for your financial arrangements. Yet the issue of money can often be a difficult subject to talk about, particularly when a relationship breaks down. The subject of negotiating a financial settlement is often a cause for contention and emotional resistance, even in the most amicable of divorces or separations.
At The Law House we appreciate that sometimes the emotional need to finalise a divorce or separation can put intense pressure on you. Such pressure can lead you to make premature decisions about your finances for the sake of getting the matter over and done with, in order to move on with your life. While moving on as smoothly as possible is the best possible outcome, we work with you to make sure that whatever financial arrangements you make are best for you in relation to your future.
We consider all available options with you, and our experience in this area enables us to present options which you may not have considered. Our aim is to place you in a proactive and informed position where you are more likely to have more control over the outcomes which work for you.
To avoid the potential hardship during the early stages of separation, we can also help you consider your options regarding interim financial arrangements. Throughout the process, it is also important to bear in mind the impact any disruption in your financial arrangements will have on any children involved in the relationship. Any debts or liabilities held by either partner will also need to be considered along with the standard of living partners have attained and become accustomed to during a marriage.
We help you to consider all of your options and make decisions, according to your individual circumstances, with the ultimate aim of minimising the obvious upheaval and stress. Call us on 020 3150 2525.