Our expert financial settlement solicitors work from our offices in Dorset and Wiltshire and can help you agree the division of assets in the unfortunate event of a divorce.
Deciding to end a relationship is never an easy decision. And whether you are going through a separation or a divorce, it can be a stressful time. One of the more difficult aspects of any separation is agreeing how to deal with financial matters.
How can our solicitors help with financial settlements?
At Farnfields our specialist financial settlement solicitors ease the difficulties you may be facing by providing a range of legal services to help you agree how to divide and manage your finances. Our experienced solicitors will ensure your interests are looked after and provide all the advice and guidance you need to plan a secure future for you and your family.
You may be worried about making adequate provisions for your children, or perhaps you are concerned about what will happen to your home. You may also be wondering how to divide joint assets such as savings or shares. Whatever situation you are facing, we have the knowledge and expertise to find the best solutions for you. In divorce cases, we can also ensure that your arrangements are agreed by the court. This gives you the peace of mind that the agreements made today cannot be broken in the future.
Please feel free to contact us to discuss your situation and to see if we can help you reach a financial settlement.
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