When a marriage or civil partnership breaks down, any assets financial or otherwise have to be divided between the two parties. There are many factors which are taken into account when deciding who receives which assets, and numerous options available to successfully divide these assets.
What Is Involved?
The process can either be relatively straightforward whereby direct negotiations with one another occur, or more complex, whereby court proceedings are needed in order to divide assets amicably. In either case our experienced solicitors can guide you through the different stages involved, and try to minimise any potential conflict and upset for both parties at all times. Consideration is highly placed on the future welfare of any children or dependants of the party.
What Do I Do Next?
Here at Slater and Gordon Lawyers we recognise that this can be a particularly stressful and emotional time for some people as it is one of the final stages of a relationship breakdown, and may provoke many different feelings. Our caring family team are here to help you through this difficult time and finalise the division of assets so that each party can move on with their lives and look forward to the future.
Please contact your family representative using the contact details on the right. We offer free initial consultations and reduced rates for all police personnel.