Even if a divorce or separation is amicable there are still likely to be finances which need to be settled, whether it’s what to do with a shared bank account or what should happen in respect of the matrimonial home.
For comprehensive and plain English legal advice about all financial aspects of your divorce speak to the family law experts here at Bray & Bray. Our team of family lawyers has varied experience in dealing with the finances of separating couples, and our focus is on fair and fast resolutions, ensuring you can both move on with your lives.
Joint finances – what needs to be considered when divorcing or separating?
Finances vary greatly from couple to couple – some couples combine their monthly wage and split everything equally, others have a main breadwinner and a stay at home parent. Our family lawyers can help you and your partner to find the right solution for you.
Depending on the length of your relationship and how you and your partner choose to deal with your finances you might have any, or all, of the following to consider:
- Joint bank account
- Shared savings
- Property overseas
- Credit cards
All of these will need to be considered if a relationship is coming to an end, and Bray & Bray’s family lawyers have the experience necessary to resolve even the most complex financial situations.
The finances of a divorce or other separation are often the most complex areas of the split and therefore should be tackled as soon as possible. If you are filing for divorce and you want to ensure that any financial issues are resolved quickly contact us today and our team will be happy to help.
Contact us to discuss an enquiry or a case you have or feel free to pop in and see us at your local office by clicking on the links below;
Leicester call us on 0116 254 8871.
Hinckley call us on 01455 639 900.
Market Harborough call us on 01858 467 181.
Corby call us on 01536 851050.