If you’re going through a divorce, or you’re dissolving a civil partnership, dealing with finances can be quite the challenge.
It’s essential that both you and your partner’s finances are properly managed to help come to a fair outcome for everyone involved. This is especially true if there are children involved.
If you’re going through a legal separation such as a divorce or dissolving of a civil partnership, you may be worried about how it might affect you financially. You may also be concerned whether or not your partner is going to agree to your financial plans going forward.
That’s where we come in. Our team of expert solicitors have worked with couples from all financial backgrounds to deal with delicate financial agreements during separation. We know that the best solution is the fairest solution. That’s why we aim for just that – the fairest solution for all parties involved.
When it comes to the financial part of divorce, every couple is different. Some are happy to split money and property equally, others want to come to a specific arrangement.
Relationships are as unique as people are. Some have one breadwinner, some have two and these can all change over time. If you and your partner have tried to share financial responsibilities equally, you might think that you’re splitting costs right down the middle.
However, that’s usually not the case. On close inspection, you may find that there are differences between who pays what, and when. Some couples have unwritten agreements – “You pay council tax, I’ll pay for the car”, and others just do things ad hoc.
However you’ve split your finances over the years, we’ll help you come to arrangement that is fair to everyone – taking into account children, animals and property.
We can also help with:
- Pension splitting and sharing
- Child support agreements
- Help with mortgages or other joint financial agreements
- Life insurance
A proper financial agreement clearly show who’s responsible for what during the separation and after. For example, if there are children involved, a support agreement will need to be mapped out. One of the partners will then aid the other with fixed and agreed upon monthly payments to help with food, clothes and home running costs.
Talk to us
At Temperley Taylor, we’ll work with you to help get the best solution for you, your partner and your family.
We’ll give you straightforward, unbiased legal advice to help both you and your partner work to a financial agreement.
When money is involved, things can get tricky – especially during the breakdown of a relationship. That’s why we’re here to help you come to an agreement that’s right for everyone involved. We’ll take into account the things you need, the things your family needs and, of course, the things you’d like too. This helps us balance the books and make sure that everyone gets what they’re entitled too.
Call our Manchester office on 0161 214 5300, our Middleton office on 0161 643 2411, or take a few seconds to fill in our online enquiry form. One of our solicitors will be in touch with you very soon.
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