To split money and property when you divorce or separate your partner then contact our team of expert family law solicitors.
Getting a financial agreement regarding Money and Property
When you divorce or end a civil partnership then the parties need to agree how to separate the finances.
This includes deciding how you’re going to divide:
Making an agreement legally binding
If you and your ex-partner agree and want to amicably split your assets then you can do it by way of consent order and you need to apply for a consent order to make it legally binding.
Making your agreement legally binding
To make your agreement legally binding you need to draft a consent order and ask a court to approve it.
If your agreement is not legally binding, a court cannot enforce it if there are any issues later.
A consent order is a legal document that confirms your agreement. It explains how you’re going to divide up assets like:
So should you wish to instruct our firm of Solicitors regarding Money and property when you divorce or separate your partner then do not hesitate to contact our team of expert family law solicitors who are serving you since 2008.
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