It is rare to find that the behaviour of one or other party to the divorce process is so “gross and obvious” that it would affect the outcome of the division of the finances between divorcing couples to the extent that the offending party would be required to give more financial provision to the other party than would otherwise be required under the usual guidance for the division of assets.
Obviously we will check with you that there is no particular behaviour which exists which could affect the outcome of the finances, but we will otherwise help you through the divorce process efficiently, and as painlessly as possible, in order to focus on the more important aspects of your situation.
We are able to provide expert advice in all cases; whether you have had a short marriage with limited financial assets or a lengthy marriage with significant financial resources. We also consider other factors including but not limited to children, you and your spouse’s respective health, current incomes and future earning abilities, the existence of pre-nuptial or post nuptial agreements, pre-marital assets, housing needs, overall fairness and how a court approaches the division of matrimonial assets.
Our expert lawyers can advise on all matters relating to the financial cases, including the following:-
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