Finances On Divorce/Separation

If your marriage or civil partnership has broken down, Blackstone Solicitors can help you finalise the division of assets, helping you through this difficult time and allowing you to move on with your life. Going through a breakup can be incredibly difficult, but we are here to guide you through, making sure all legal issues are dealt with quickly, effectively, and to your satisfaction.

We know that a separation can take a heavy toll emotionally, but our proactive approach will give you the very best chance of securing the right financial outcome.

Speak to a member of our family law team today to find out more about the options available to you and to discuss your situation in more detail. Call us on 0161 929 0121 or complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.  

Our Approach

At Blackstone, we take great pride in every case we take on, helping our clients achieve the outcome they deserve. This is particularly important when it comes to settling finances following a relationship breakdown because it is essential you are not left out of pocket at what can be an already emotional and draining time.

We therefore do all of the hard work so that you don’t have to; taking the lead to make the whole process as stress-free as possible and allowing you to move forward with the next stage of your life.

Our solicitors are compassionate and understanding.  We will keep you updated throughout proceedings. You can always be confident that everything is being taken care of as it should be.

Helping You Divide Assets

The division of assets following a separation can be very complicated and it is therefore important to enlist expert legal help to give yourself the best chance of obtaining the outcome you want.

The team at Blackstone can assist with all aspects of this area of law, including:

  • Resolving what is to happen to the family home, other property or capital
  • Determining what should happen to business assets
  • Resolving what is to happen in respect of pensions and whether any pensions should be shared between the parties
  • Determining whether an order for ongoing maintenance is appropriate and if so for how long and in what amount.

In the event of a marriage or civil partnership breakdown, it is important that assets are divided fairly. There are many factors that need to be taken into account to make sure this happens.  Various options are available to you in order to do this, which is why choosing the right legal team to help you make the right decisions is so important.

We can help to minimise conflict, making sure the process is effective and appropriate for all concerned.  

Why Legal Help Is Important

Legal help is extremely important at the time of a divorce or civil partnership dissolution as it can help to ensure all legal matters are taken care of correctly and both parties are more likely to be treated fairly. It is also important even if you and your partner have agreed a financial settlement between yourselves, to know that your agreement is fair and is properly confirmed in a court order.

If you learn that your former partner is trying to get rid of assets, expert legal assistance can enable effective court action to be taken to protect and preserve those assets.

Contact Us Today

Contact our family law solicitors today to find out more about how we can help with the division of your assets following a separation. Our tenacious approach will give you the very best chance of securing the outcome you are after. We help people throughout the UK, including the Manchester, London, Cheshire and Chester areas.
Call us on 0161 929 0121 or complete our online enquiry form and we will be in touch to discuss your situation in more detail.

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